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We Are A Native American - Woman Owned Fashion Brand. With Community & Culture At The Heart Of What We Do, We've Set Out To Share Authentic Indigenous Design With The World.

Bead & Powwow Supply

Bead & Powwow Supply was founded in 2011 by A. Ellie Mitchell (Saginaw Ojibwe; Eagle Clan). A recent college graduate who was struggling to find culturally meaningful employment, Ellie decided to sell beadwork to make ends meet, as she’d seen done by her relatives and community members. However, she soon became frustrated by the lack of a reliable online source for beads and beading supplies specifically for Indigenous beadwork. Ascertaining that other Indigenous bead artists had the same problem, Ellie began writing a business plan for what would become Bead & Powwow Supply. Despite challenges from the pandemic and supply chain, Bead & Powwow Supply has continued to serve Indigenous artists, powwow dancers, and tribal communities. The previous decade in business has been one with incredible growth, opportunity, and support from Indigenous communities. We hope to continue that in the coming decades.

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Beaded Edge Supply

Native and Artist owned and operated from San Carlos, Arizona We strive to provide all your crafting needs

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Beyond Buckskin Boutique

Based out of North Dakota, Beyond Buckskin is dedicated to advancing creative small businesses located throughout rural and urban communities by providing an online store where customers can connect with Native American fashion designers and jewelry artists.


Having not had access to my Indigenous community, language or culture growing up, beadwork, alongside my academic work, has become a significant contributor to my efforts to reconnect with my community and culture. I am constantly learning, growing and connecting in ways that I would have never imagined possible. Since starting my online business in July 2020, it has been inspiring to connect with others who are beginning their crafting journey or who have been on that path for many years. I love the conversation, the stories, the sharing of knowledge and the new friendships. Beadwork is medicine, and I am humbled by the opportunity to provide people with everything they need to start or continue to do beadwork.

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Me-Wuk (Northern Sierra Miwok)
Cic'ka Communications

Journalism & Media Production Cic'ka Communications is a Native owned and operated boutique communications firm specializing in journalism with grit and media production with conscience. We work with tribes and non-profits that serve Indigenous Peoples.

Copper Canoe Woman

I create modern, on-trend, Indigenous jewelry that's infused with elements of my coastal Indigenous culture and identity. I design pieces I want to wear, big statement pieces with a deep connection to ancestral strength and elegance. I'm inspired by the natural realm, living in the present time, and constantly having to choose every day to honor the Earth. Always, I am also inspired by my family and from within my culture. I come from weavers and beaders, through both my Haíłzaqv and Nuu-chah-nulth families. We have a history of loving beauty and wearing our culture on ourselves that stretches beyond linear timelines.

Cvltvre Bead

As an Indigenous owned business, I value the teachings brought through our culture. Although as Indigenous people, we cannot take credit for creating glass beads, we saw the potential and have been using them since trade. I come from a family with a history of beading matriarchs, and have seen different styles of beading. My late grandmother opened the first craft store in her basement in the 1970's in Chisasibi, Quebec. Still today, through technology and social media, we can see different styles and trends in the beading world. We try to keep up with them while still providing the traditional tools and beads you always need. I realize the value of timeless pieces and we hope our selection can help you achieve your goals in beading. Although we are Indigenous owned, we welcome all races. Beading is a universal art. As we grow, we hope to be a store you love, and a brand you can trust.

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Dancing Bear Indian Trader

Dancing Bear Indian Trader was founded in 1990 in Southern California by its namesake, “Dancing Bear”, Don Tracy. Don’s first sale was at the Sycuan annual powwow in the mountains east of San Diego. He set up a single table and offered a selection of Indian craft supplies. Ever since then Dancing Bear Indian Trader has been setting up their booth at powwows all throughout Southern California, serving the craft and regalia supply needs of the Indian community as well as the general public. Dancing Bear Indian Trader expanded in 2005 by adding an ecommerce website. In 2008 we opened our first store in Vista, California, Expanded & moved our store to Escondido in 2011. At any given powwow, dancers know that if they need an emergency regalia repair, they can always come to DancingBear for a needle and a length of sinew to save the day.

Decolonial Clothing

Indigenous owned and operated clothing brand offering products to support your decolonizing journey.

Lhéchalosem (Nooksack)
Eighth Generation

Eighth Generation provides a strong, ethical alternative to “Native-inspired” art and products through its artist-centric approach and 100% Native designed products. Our Inspired Natives™ Project, anchored by the tagline “Inspired Natives™, not Native-inspired,” builds business capacity among cultural artists while addressing the economic impact of cultural appropriation.


Ginew (Gih-noo) is the first Native American-owned denim collection. This family business was founded by Amanda Bruegl – Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee and Erik Brodt – Ojibwe. Amanda and Erik are from Wisconsin and currently reside in Portland, Oregon. The couple jointly crafted the first series of belts from their wedding buffalo, which was hunted, prepared, tanned and hand-dyed by them with their families. Ginew's leather goods are made with pre-industrial methods, heirloom leather-working tools, and patterns handed down from generation to generation, since the 1880's. Their leather belts are meticulously crafted using either Horween® or Herman Oak® leathers and finished with some of the finest forged brass buckles. Since then, the collection has expanded to include denim, tees, accessories and other goods, with each item they make drawing direct inspiration from their cultures and relatives. Ginew incorporates family symbols and teachings into their garments, while constructing them of the finest American made materials. Selvedge denim, wax canvas, and Pendleton® wool blanket fabric are some of the premium fabrics you’ll find in the collection.

Indi City

Angel and Alex are the Indigiqueer co-founders of Indi City. In 2017 they became the first global Indigenous Designers to incorporate wearable technology into traditional regalia. Their first piece a Woman’s Traditional outfit called “ The Matriarch Speaks,” exhibited in Calgary, Ottawa and Shenzhen, China. In the same year they both graduated from the Indigenous Women in Community Leadership Program at St.FX University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Together they design and create fashion accessories according to the current indigenization of Turtle Island in contact with their ancestral roots. Indi City has grown from a small business on Instagram to a newly launched online store with products also found in shops and boutiques across the country. With an in-house multi-media productions company they work to curate a 100% Indigenous made brand through visual marketing and story-telling.

Indigenous Supplies

We are a Native American owned small business. Our Business is located on the Indian Reservation in Idaho Shoshone Bannock Land. We carry Beading Supplies and so much more.

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Mahota Textiles

Mahota Textiles is the first textile company envisioned and owned by a North American tribe. We create meaningful textiles that elevate the beauty and treasured culture, inspired by our Southeast heritage. Our textiles tell our stories in expressive imagery and soft, warm woven material.


As a young Métis entrepreneur, Sean McCormick began Manitobah Mukluks with the vision of creating a successful company while benefiting his community. Today we continue that vision on a larger scale, as a global brand making a positive impact in Indigenous communities across North America. Sean McCormick spent much of his childhood in northern Manitoba and started selling leather and fur while still in high school. In 1990, he established a trading post where Indigenous artisans traded handmade mukluks and moccasins for tanned leather, skins and furs. During this time, Sean saw an even greater opportunity to connect members of his community to the growing demand for authentic Indigenous footwear. In 1996, after completing the Manitoba Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Training Program, Sean created the business plan and framework that would become Manitobah. In 2008, Manitobah began global operations and today it is one of Canada’s fastest growing companies, with employees and customers world-wide. Despite the rapid success and growth of the brand, Manitobah remains connected to its roots and continues to provide authentic, Indigenous-designed products that return value to Indigenous communities.

Modern Tribal Nations

MTN is a small family owned brand that strives to treat our supporters just like family. We hope when you bring home one of our beautiful MTN Products, whether it's a T-Shirt or Blanket, you feel MOTIVATED & INSPIRED to go ALL IN... MTN's passion is to help people feel empowered and pull out your full potential. You are full of Dreams and Aspirations. You have super powers inside you. We Need You! ​

Morning Light Kombucha

Our mission is to provide the highest quality Kombucha tea that nourishes our community, supports our local economy, strengthens local food systems and allows us to give back to Native American communities. We are committed to environmentally conscious business practices, that include minimizing waste and inspiring sustainability in NE Kansas.

Native Harvest Ojibwe Products

We work to continue, revive, and protect our native seeds, heritage crops, naturally grown fruits, animals, wild plants, traditions and knowledge of our indigenous and land-based communities; for the purpose of maintaining and continuing our culture and resisting the global, industrialized food system that can corrupt our health, freedom, and culture through inappropriate food production and genetic engineering.

Northland Visions

Many people in the community have very great pride in our success and they are feeling a sense of ownership. We here at Northland Visions are proud to be a part of this growing community, to share with others what the community has to offer through arts, foods and the culture.

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Diné Bikéyah

OXDX is a fashion label that specializes in digital art, cut'n'sew apparel, and collaborations as an ongoing project to bring Indigenous stories to the forefront. OXDX was founded by artist, Jared Kee Yazzie, a DIné self-taught graphic designer and print maker. Yazzie has been producing fashion design since 2009 and now operates a workshop and store front with partner Allie Stone in Tempe, Arizona.

Powwow Bling

Beading Supplies

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Red Rebel Armour

Our mission is to bring you style, culture, and truth while leaving you feeling comfortable, empowered, and authentic. At Red Rebel Armour, our vision is to reduce recidivism by creating employment opportunities through the sales of our Indigenous made authentic streetwear brand. Red Rebel Armour believes our relatives returning back to the community have value, and the power to transform their lives, families, and communities.

Rez Served

A catering service that serves traditional Native foods.

Section 35

SECTION 35 is an indigenous owned streetwear brand based on the unceded territories of the Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. Justin Louis is the Creative Director and Founder of SECTION 35. He is a member of the Samson Cree Nation and was born and raised in Nipisihkopahk (Samson) on Treaty 6 Territory. Justin is a fashion designer, graphic designer and photographer. His work blends the past with the present and finds inspiration in the juxtaposition between these elements. He launched SECTION 35 in 2016 with the intention to use art and fashion to tell his peoples' stories.

Sister Sky

The story of Sister Sky begins with two sisters who grew up in a culture that has rich and meaningful plant traditions respecting nature’s own healing herbs from Mother Earth. Our Native American grandmothers harvested a variety of plants like sweet grass, cedar and sage to make teas, ointments and creams. Embracing the herbal wisdom of their heritage, the sisters enjoyed a weekend hobby of making natural soaps and lotions in their kitchens.

Lakȟótiyapi (Lakota)
Tanka Bar

We are focused on creating a family of nationally branded buffalo-based food products that are delicious and that promote a Native American way of wellness that feeds mind, body, and spirit. Native American Natural Foods provides a category of natural healthy choices in the marketplace that did not exist. Our Tanka product line features a variety of flavors with Tanka Bars, Tanka Bites, Tanka Sticks and Tanka Warrior Bars. Native American Natural Foods is a certified Minority-Owned Business, a certified Native American-Owned Business, and a certified B Corporation.


Our mission is to teach the youth the importance of embracing culture and history while building a Native American clothing company. We do that by crafting Native apparel designs that you can be proud to wear. Modern Native American clothing and Native prints that have a deeper meaning. Maybe it's a light hearted or funny design. Maybe it's a serious issue that needs to be addressed. We use art and streetwear mixed with our culture to create one-of-a-kind designs that embrace our Native American culture and heritage. Our team is made up of natives from several tribes. We design, print and ship everything in house. We are also able to take custom design orders. We can create custom apparel, logos, websites, and more.

The Rez Life

Statement pieces that are designed for everyone (cousins & allies) to show support, pride, identity, understanding, acceptance and unity for our indigenous people.

ThunderVoice Hat Co.

ThunderVoice Hat Co. carries on the lineage of Native Fashion that emerged from a collaboration of cultures. The Iconic Navajo Brim hat has spanned through the ages, as a reminder of generations past. Each hat is vintage hand-sourced, steamed and shaped, creatively visioned, and lovingly made. Each hat holds stories, purpose, and the hope that you wear it with pride and meaning.

Tribal Spirit Music

Simpcw First Nations, British Columbia and Mohawk/Scottish descent. We live in the Laurentian mountains north of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. For more than a decade, we have applied our skills and dedication to building native spiritual tools, and sharing on the powwow trail. We have a busy schedule which includes drum making, art shows, conferences, and traveling powwows all over North America. Through our work, we support the sharing of traditions and teachings of Canada’s tribal peoples. Our specialty is our powwow drum, which have become very popular! We are extremely honored to have some of the best upcoming drum groups playing our drums. We build a wide range of hand drum styles and sizes, which can be heard at Round Dances all over Indian Country.

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Urban Native Era

Urban Native Era (UNE) started in November 2012 in San Jose, CA by Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) who wanted to increase the visibility of Indigenous Peoples through social media. He began taking photos and videos of the ‘Idle No More’ movement and posted them online. By May 2013, Urban Native Era released its first set of shirts intended to draw in a broader audience. Today, UNE crafts minimal yet powerful designs to create timeless garments. Made for everyone.