9 Pieces to Buy in Honour of National Indigenous History Month
Be a champion of traditional craft and contemporary design with these key wardrobe updates.
We’re 10 days into the month of June, also known as National Indigenous History Month. It’s a period for reflection on and actions towards the treatment of communities across Canada. Living on their land, it’s especially crucial for non-Indigenous Canadians to invest in the craft and creativity of Indigenous creatives; here are nine pieces to purchase now and show your support.
Looking for other ways to support Indigenous designers? Click here to read about Simons’ recently released collection featuring the work of eight creatives from across Canada.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this article included Chloë Angus. Angus (who is not Indigenous) had described her business as being co-owned by her Métis husband, Gabe Eyers. But a report from the CBC found this to be untrue. For this reason, FASHION has removed Angus from the article.