Along with a clear sense of togetherness, there was also major style present throughout the Santa Claus Dabbing Merry Christmas 2021 Sweatshirt and by the same token and weekend—whether it was worn by visitors or artists on the streets or shown on the runway for the market’s annual fashion show, which was organized by Amber-Dawn Bear Robe.
Santa Claus Dabbing Merry Christmas 2021 Sweatshirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Around the Santa Claus Dabbing Merry Christmas 2021 Sweatshirt and by the same token and booths, visitors and artists alike dressed up for the affair, cladding themselves in their best ribbon skirts or turquoise squash-blossom necklaces. At the fashion show, Indigenous designers Jamie Okuma, Orlando Dugi, Pamela Baker, and Lauren Good Day showcased their newest collections, pieces that combined traditional craftsmanship with new, modern updates. Dugi and Baker showed refined eveningwear pieces like beaded gowns and velvet suiting, while Okuma opted for her signature statement prints on dresses, coats, and more. Good Day even showed sprightly athleticwear—the through line being that Native design doesn’t have to look one specific way. For all in attendance, that sense of innovation is forever an Indian Market staple. “The energy was palpable,” says Pruitt. “Spirits were high, and in the end, the machine that is Indian Market just keeps on going.”