Native American Fashion Spotlight

Native American fashion (also known as Indigenous American fashion) encompasses the design and creation of high-fashion clothing and fashion accessories by the Native peoples of the Americas. Indigenous designers frequently incorporate motifs and customary materials into their wearable artworks, providing a basis for creating items for the haute couture and international fashion markets. Their designs may result from techniques such as beadwork, quillwork, leather, and textile arts, such as weaving, twining, and tufting. In some cases, however, they choose not to include any materials associated with indigenous cultures.

One such designer – Orlando Dugi, a Santa Fe based designer that has taken his collections to New York Fashion Week and a Oklahoma Fashion Week and has expanded his showcase over the past several years to a Couture-Lovers dream. Find his designs at:

This week’s worst human: Don Lemmon| mocking mental illness, racist hypocrite

Lemon and his band of halfwit commentators took to the air over at CNN this week to demolish another American’s right to freedom. Last week it was Alyssa Milano insisting that she knew who and what Kanye should stand for better than he did.

This week, here comes a gay, black CNN talking head, married to a white man, laughing at other racists identifying Kanye as “a negro who doesn’t read.”

Just a note: Kayne is an established fashion designer, music producer, musician, husband and father of three. The racists on the CNN panel have accomplished what???

If you are a me too, black lives matter or Colin Kapernak supporter, where is your outrage over this?

Hackers accessed personal information of 30 million Facebook users – CNN

Almost 30 million Facebook users’ phone numbers and email address were accessed by hackers in the biggest security breach in the company’s history, Facebook said on Friday.
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Hollywood Melts Down After FBI Probe Fails to Prove Kavanaugh a Gang Rapist: ‘Go F*ck Yourself’

Hollywood celebrities melted down on Twitter Thursday following the FBI concluding up an investigation into Brett Kavanaugh.
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Michael Kors takes over fashion icon Versace in $2 billion deal | Article [AMP] | Reuters

U.S. fashion group Michael Kors (KORS.N) has agreed to buy Versace in a deal valuing the revered designer at $2 billion including debt, the companies said on Tuesday, making it the latest Italian brand to fall into foreign hands.
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