Angela DeMontigny

Indigenous Luxury Designer 

Angela DeMontigny is an internationally-renowned, native Canadian designer of Cree/Metis heritage, appointed as the first Indigenous Designer-in-Residence at FCAD’S School of Fashion and the current Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Ryerson’s Fashion Zone IFS program. She is a pioneer of the Indigenous Luxury movement and an avid advocate and supporter of Aboriginal designers, artisans, women, and youth entrepreneurs. 

DeMontigny showed her ‘RESPECT’ capsule collection during South Africa Fashion Week in 2017, ’Of The Stars’ during London Fashion Week in 2018, and “Morning Star’  in 2019. She has owned boutiques in Vancouver and Hamilton, started the first Indigenous-owned apparel factory/Industrial sewing training program on Six Nations, and produced some of Canada’s most important showcases for Indigenous designers such as FashioNation – L’Oreal Fashion Week, Toronto; Fire & Fashion – Planet IndigenUs, Toronto; From Culture to Couture – Toronto and the first-ever, Aboriginal Fashion Week during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, B.C.

 

 

 

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