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12 Indigenous-Owned Businesses to Shop this Holiday

Looking for the perfect gift this holiday? Here are 12 Indigenous-owned businesses to shop this giving season.



JEWELRY



Kotah Bear

kotahbear.com


Native-owned and operated since 2013. Kotah and Missy are both enrolled members of the Diné (Navajo Nation) tribe. They work with Navajo and Pueblo artisans across the Southwest to provide jewelry, blankets, and other odds & ends.






Copper Canoe Woman

coppercanoewoman.com


Vina Brown is the owner and operator of Copper Canoe Woman Creations. Inspired by her culture and family, she creates modern Indigenous statement pieces with a deep connection to ancestral strength and elegance.






FASHION



Ginew

ginewusa.com


Ginew (Gih-noo) is the only Native American-owned denim line. Using meticulously sourced materials, they incorporate elements of the Ojibwe, Oneida, & Mohican heritage to express a contemporary Native American voice through our premium apparel and accessories.





Salish Style

salishstyle.com


Salish Style is a Women and Native American-owned company based in the ancestral Coast Salish Territory of the spuyaləpabš (Puyallup) people in Tacoma, Washington. They provide style and function with their products. Check out their clothing, backpacks, and accessories.




BEAUTY



Cheekbone Beauty

cheekbonebeauty.com


Cheekbone Beauty is a Canadian, Indigenous-owned beauty brand founded by Jenn Harper. Cheekbone’s aim is to make a difference in the lives of Indigenous youth through donations addressing the educational funding gap, and to create a space in the beauty industry where Indigenous youth feel represented and seen.




Prados Beauty

pradosbeauty.com


Prados Beauty is a Chicana/Indigenous- owned beauty brand created by Arizonian, Cece Meadows. At Prados you will find makeup brushes, 3D mink lashes, synthetic lashes, face pads and more! 50% of all profits goes back to organizations & Indigenous communities in need.




SKINCARE



Sister Sky

sistersky.com


Sisters and enrolled members of the Spokane Tribe, Marina Turning Robe and Monica Simeon launched Sister Sky in 1999. Their bath and body products are inspired by nature and the wisdom of their Native American heritage.






Lakota Body Care

lakotabodycare.com


Lakota Body Care is a Mni Coujou Lakota & Kanaka-Maoli family/veteran owned business. Browse their handcrafted soaps, bath salts, oils, teas, and more.