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Saskatchewan-born stylist brings Indigenous culture to mainstream fashion world – CBC

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 202082 Views

‘I want to be able to build bridges within the fashion industry,’ says First Nations stylist Robin Cote

Feb 19, 2020

A woman from the Cote First Nation in Saskatchewan wants to make Indigenous style more common in the mainstream media and on the red carpet.

After an eight-year career in the U.S. navy, Robin Cote, who is Saulteaux and Sioux, decided to follow her dream of becoming a stylist. So she moved to Los Angeles.

“I came out to L.A. in the pursuit of the American dream,” said Cote.

In January, Cote styled Indigenous activist Mariposa Villaluna for the Grammy Awards. Villaluna was a collaborative artist and lead advisor on the Grammy-nominated album The Love by Alphabet Rockers.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/stylist-brings-indigenous-culture-to-mainstream-fashion-1.5467033

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