Artists

Beyond Buckskin is proud to work with over 40 Native American and First Nations fashion designers and artists to get their work out to a broader audience. Through their unique and important work, they bring ancient designs, natural materials, and cultural stories to modern fashion. Scroll down to view our featured artists, and click the images to shop their collections.


Maggie Thompson (Ojibwe)
Modern knits inspired by art and Ojibwe traditions

Ginew (Ojibwe / Oneida / Mohican)
Quality menswear crafted locally

Tyra Jerome (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
Beadwork fusing youthful energy with traditional symbols

Bronson Velarde (Apache)
Streetwear inspired by the artist's ancestors


Natasha Eagleman (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
Ancient designs etched in natural birch bark

Tessa Sayers (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
Modern Ojibwe floral design on leggings and blankets

Nathalie Waldman (Dene)
Handmade hide and textile bags

Margaret Judy Kakenowash Azure
(Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
Elegant fashion inspired by Northern Plains Indian traditions

Jared Yazzie (Navajo)
Tees with a political punch

Candace Halcro (Cree / Métis)
Cool beaded sunglasses in various color combinations

Tammy Beauvais (Mohawk)
Ready-to-wear featuring Native American patterns and symbols

Tashina Lee Emery (Ojibwe)
Jewelry that celebrates the beauty of the natural world

Etkie (Navajo)
High-quality beaded cuffs inspired by the New Mexico landscape

Neeko April (Navajo)
Modern minimalist sophistication combined with classic Navajo styles

Vosq Co. (Luiseño)
Streetwear with meaning and story

Jamie Gentry (Kwakwaka'wakw)
Adult moccasins made for the modern world

Jamie Okuma (Luiseño / Shoshone Bannock)
Chic fashion, inspired by powwow regalia, with a distinctive modern edge