Indigenous Fashion Show caters to every lifestyle

By Bazhnibah

SANTA FE

Special to the Times | Bazhnibah
Kewa Pueblo model Christy Bird in a Himikalas/Pamela Baker cowl neck cream and black Western Coastal designed dress with long sleeves.

What is fashion to most people in daily life is very different from what is considered innovative or high-end in the fashion world.

Sometimes fashion as in couture or high end, customed designed clothing do not appeal to many. But clothing with the right amount of design aesthetics, practicality and cost can appeal to many.

At the recent Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Indigenous Fashion Show, there were fashions for everyone!

This show is probably the largest Indigenous fashion show in the world. It is held every year as part of the Santa Fe Indian Market.

From elegant and unusual cuts and styles to the daily wear most are comfortable with, fashion designers came up with styles that catered

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