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Indigenous designers have begun using red in their collections to honor MMIW as well. In 2019, a group of designers at Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week showcased red dresses on the runway. One of them was Métis designer Evan Ducharme, who created a red jersey dress, titled The Honor Gown, that was gathered and draped lightly across a corset base. “I wanted to create something timeless, formidable, and reverential,” says Ducharme, who adds that fashion can be a powerful tool to spread important messages. “The fashion industry has a great deal of visibility in today’s cultural climate, and maintains a firm grasp on the public’s attention. Attention can be harnessed to bring awareness of this epidemic to the public and the industry—one that historically has done very little to uphold the humanity of Indigenous peoples.”

Official Dirty mind dog adult humor shirt

Indigenous designers have begun using red in their collections to honor MMIW as well. In 2019, a group of designers at Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week showcased red dresses on the runway. One of them was Métis designer Evan Ducharme, who created a red jersey dress, titled The Honor Gown, that was gathered and draped lightly across a corset base. “I wanted to create something timeless, formidable, and reverential,” says Ducharme, who adds that fashion can be a powerful tool to spread important messages. “The fashion industry has a great deal of visibility in today’s cultural climate, and maintains a firm grasp on the public’s attention. Attention can be harnessed to bring awareness of this epidemic to the public and the industry—one that historically has done very little to uphold the humanity of Indigenous peoples.”

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The REDress Project has since evolved into a national movement. The color red has become a symbol for MMIW across North America in general, extending well beyond just Black’s work. In Canada, May 5 is now Red Dress Day, when people of all backgrounds are encouraged to wear red to raise awareness. Indigenous activists also frequently wear red at MMIW gatherings, where red handprints are often painted onto their faces too. Black’s REDress Project has clearly played a big role in red becoming the official MMIW campaign color, though many wearers also say red is the only color that spirits can see. They wear it so that the souls of those they’ve lost can be with them.

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