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Indigenous Fashion Show Highlighting SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market Native American Fashion The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts’ 2021 Indigenous Fashion Show held Sunday, August 22, at the Santa Fe Convention Center. Let’s forget the stereotype of the 19 th century and focus on the cultural flare of the color and stylish fashion. "Firefly" Jason Brown (Penobscot) opened the big event with a shaman like vocal performance. Fashion Designers featured Jamie Okuma (Luiseño, Wailaki, Okinawan, and Shoshone- Bannock), Pamela Baker (Squamish, Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw/ Tlingit/Haida), Orlando Dugi (Diné), and Lauren Good Day (Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet and Plains Cree). The show was once again produced by curator and art historian Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Siksika Nation) who has guided the event for SWAIA since its debut in 2014. Photo Credits: Gene Peach Photography
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Indigenous Fashion Show Highlighting SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market Native American Fashion The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts’ 2021 Indigenous Fashion Show held Sunday, August 22, at the Santa Fe Convention Center. Let’s forget the stereotype of the 19 th century and focus on the cultural flare of the color and stylish fashion. "Firefly" Jason Brown (Penobscot) opened the big event with a shaman like vocal performance. Fashion Designers featured Jamie Okuma (Luiseño, Wailaki, Okinawan, and Shoshone- Bannock), Pamela Baker (Squamish, Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw/ Tlingit/Haida), Orlando Dugi (Diné), and Lauren Good Day (Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet and Plains Cree). The show was once again produced by curator and art historian Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Siksika Nation) who has guided the event for SWAIA since its debut in 2014. Photo Credits: Gene Peach Photography