In The Know is proud to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. During this month, our team will highlight a wide range of Native American-owned brands. We encourage you to support today and beyond.
Looking to add a one-of-a-kind piece to your wardrobe that can’t help but be a conversation starter? If you are, then you have to check out the Native American and woman-owned brand 4KINSHIP.
4KINSHIP was founded in 2015 by Amy Denet Deal and sells everything from clothing and jewelry to baskets and blankets. According to the brand, 4Kinship is a “Diné (Navajo) owned sustainable artwear brand dedicated to producing handmade, one of a kind, restored, repurposed and lovingly upcycled artisanal and small-batch products.”
The brand finds inspiration for their designs from the nature of the Southwest. Everything the brand offers is incredible quality and unique, but its standout products are in the clothing section. From vintage items to upcycled creations, each piece is more beautiful than the last.
Below, shop five showstopping designs from 4KINSHIP that are worth the spend.
This oversized wool sweater features front buttons, two pockets and a gorgeous handknit design. Wear this sweet piece over a dress or on top of your go-to T-shirt and jeans.
This vintage jacket is from the Seminole tribe. Known for their colors and patterns, it features eye-catching quilt piecing and applique work.
Also from the Seminole tribe is this wrap skirt that features rows and rows of colorful designs. Tie this skirt off at the waist with its navy blue belt.
Designed with an array of shades from the desert, this vintage piece features a rare ’80s print and is 100% cotton.
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