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Indigenous designer Norma Baker-Flying Horse describes how fashion can be stylish and eco-friendly

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Norma Baker-Flying Horse

Norma Baker-Flying Horse, known in the fashion industry by her native name, “Red Berry Woman,” is an Indigenous designer from North Dakota in town this week for Phoenix Fashion Week.

The Show spoke with her to learn why recycling old garments is a fundamental part of her work. The conversation began by describing the roots of her passion for creating clothing.

See work by Norma Baker-Flying Horse and others on the Phoenix Fashion Week runway at Chateau Luxe on April 15-16.

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