Livia Manywounds (Blackfoot Woman) hails from the Tsuut’ina (Dene) and Siksika (Blackfoot) Nations in Treaty 7 territory located in Southern, Alberta, Canada. She is an Indigenous Designer, Rodeo Competitor, and former CBC News Reporter. Livia is pursuing her passion for designing including Indigenous Fashion and Marketing/Communications. She creates custom one-of-a-kind pieces rooted in her culture. Her focus is Indigenous Haute Couture with the exception of traditional works and apparel.

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Melrene Saloy-Eaglespeaker is from the Blood Tribe of Southern Alberta, Canada and resides in Calgary, Alberta. an established artist with influences from the beading traditions of her family, the Blackfoot people, and the land. Melrene is primarily a beading artist and jewelry maker, but also includes design, graphic design, and mixed media. Combining her loves of crafting, beadwork, fashion, and business, Melrene developed Native Diva Creations. This blend of traditional and modern sets her jewelry apart from the everyday jewelry and accessories. Melrene had been able to take her talent to many places such as New York City for the New York Fashion Week and Paris for the Paris Fashion Week. Melrene is a trail blazing Indigenous designer.