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Native American Fashion Week Happened, Here’s Why You Probably Had No Idea

A few weeks ago in South Dakota, Edison Ritchie revealed his Revolution Couture fashion line inspired by his Native American heritage – but none of the major fashion magazines covered it.

By Jill Ettinger - Source: http://ecosalon.com
Photo © Revolution Couture

Photo © Revolution Couture

Ritchie is a South Dakota native, hailing from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and his clothing line is a stunning reflection of Native American style and tradition with an edgy modern twist. From a career in hair and makeup, Ritchie made the foray into fashion and debuted his recent collection at Portland Fashion Week last September before showcasing at Native Fashion Week in South Dakota.

“Since September, Ritchie’s line of women’s and men’s clothing has made its way onto the streets of New York City, the U.S. capitol and into many top fashion magazines,” reports the Rapid City Journal. “The line is a mixture of street and native punk, with a pretty intense and high-energy vibe.”

Ritchie told the Rapid City Journal that his line “is bringing a lot of light and exposure to South Dakota and Native Country’s creativity.”

Photo © Revolution Couture

Photo © Revolution Couture

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2 Responses to “Native American Fashion Week Happened, Here’s Why You Probably Had No Idea”

  1. carolyn roumeguere says:

    love this article,well done
    how do i get in touch with Revolution couture?

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