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:

https://orlandodugi.com/

Universal halts ads for Hilary Swank film that satirizes elites killing off red-state ‘deplorables’ – Washington Times

In light of the recent mass shootings, Universal Pictures is temporarily halting its advertising campaign for the “The Hunt,” a forthcoming Hilary Swank-starring thriller that pictures a group of wealthy elites hunting down red-state “deplorables” for fun.
— Read on m.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/aug/8/universal-halts-ads-for-hilary-swank-film-that-sat/

EXCLUSIVE: Leaked Assange Court Transcript Sheds Light on US-Backed Ecuadorian Expulsion Plans

EXCLUSIVE: Leaked Assange Court Transcript Sheds Light on US-Backed Ecuadorian Expulsion Plans
— Read on www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/04/exclusive-leaked-assange-court-transcript-sheds-light-on-us-backed-ecuadorian-expulsion-plans/