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Two women sitting outside wearing Faherty Brand sweaters and shirts Two women sitting outside wearing Faherty Brand sweaters and shirts

Native Collaborations

It is part of our mission to partner with Native artists towards a goal of collective healing and we’ve become powerfully changed by the relationships that have grown from collaboration. Here, we are proud to share the stories of the Native and Indigenous designers that have been our partners along the way—and their inspiring designs.

Doug Good Feather

An artist, veteran, author, teacher, and founder of the Lakota Way Healing Center, Doug Good Feather is from the Standing Rock Lakota and Dakota Nation. His artwork draws inspiration from the natural world seen in patterns like “Morning Star” and “Thundercloud”.

Steven Paul Judd

From the Kiowa-Choctaw and Northern Cheyenne Nations, Steven Paul Judd is an artist, writer and filmmaker whose style combines pop culture with Native tradition. His designs are meant to make you think and laugh.

A woman standing outside wearing a Faherty Brand Native collaboration cardigan.

Bethany Yellowtail

Bethany Yellowtail is an L.A.-based fashion designer and CEO of B.YELLOWTAIL. Originally from the Crow Nation and an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana, her collection is inspired by the colors, patterns and landmarks of her homeland.