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For four days in early May, Indigenous fashion designers, models and artisans from across North America came to Santa Fe, N.M., for Native Fashion Week.

The event, new this year, included runway shows, panel discussions, pop-up shops and, of course, parties. It was put on by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, the longtime organizer of the Indian Market, a popular showcase of Indigenous-made goods in Santa Fe.

The style outside and inside the city’s Community Convention Center, where much of Native Fashion Week took place, reflected the diversity of its participants — a group with a growing presence in the American fashion industry.

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