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Rebekah Jarvey

Rebekah Jarvey, an indigenous fashionista, beader, & sewer from Rocky Boy, MT. She is a tribal enrolled member of the Chippewa Cree Tribe and Blackfeet decedent. She mixes her traditional tribal heritage with her crafting skills and the fashion of today to created modern urban authentic handmade masks and ribbon skirts. She also shares her passion for Indigenous fashion on Airbnb online experiences. She believes it’s her responsibility to make sure the collector is looking stylish with a strong sense of culture Recently, she's been featured on KFYR TV, First Peoples Fund, Tribal Business News, MTN News, Valley News Live, Native News Online, Zolota Magazine, and Hi-Line Today. Connect with Rebekah: — Website: https://rebekahjarvey.com — Instagram: https://instagram.com/rebekah.jarvey — Facebook: https://facebook.com/Rebekah-Jarvey-Sewist-108058850990210 — Facebook: https://facebook.com/Honor-Our-Legacy-Fashion-Show-108755707176241 __Airbnb: https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/2191083 .

 

Rebekah Jarvey

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Norma Flying Horse 

Norma Baker-Flying Horse is an enrolled member of the Mandan Hidatsa Arikara Nation.  A member of the Hidatsa, Dakota Sioux and Assiniboine Tribes and a member of the Prairie Chicken Clan of her Hidatsa people, Norma is the owner of the Native American Fashion line, Red Berry Woman. Red Berry Woman, named after Norma’s given Native name, has been seen throughout Indian Country, having been worn by tribal members who represent their Indigenous nations from politicians to pageant contestants, pageant queens, title holders, to the film and music industries. Red Berry Woman has also been featured on international runways such as Vancouver Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, and various runways of New York City. Red Berry Woman was worn on the 2018 Oscar stage by Standing Rock Sioux member and activist, Alice Brownotter during the Andra Day and Common performance.  This event earned Ted Berry Woman the title of First Contemporary Native American Fashion Designer to have a gown won on the Oscar televised event. Red Berry Woman was also seen walking the red carpet of the 2019 Grammy Awards.

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