Fashion — branding

Authentic Handmade Native American Jewelry

Authentic Handmade Native American Jewelry

Fashion Ayasha offers authentic Native American jewelry that fits your casual style, dress style, powwow style, or everyday style. Most pieces in our Native American jewelry collection are bought directly from the artist, Ayasha Loya (or a close relative) who created it. We have developed personal relationships with many of the artists and often know the history behind a particular piece, and because we have decades of experience buying and selling we bring you the most authentic of what we have to offer. 

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Fashion Ayasha Now Partnered With Macy's

Fashion Ayasha Now Partnered With Macy's

In order for our brand to enhance your shopping experience

Fashion Ayasha is pleased to announce we are now partnered with Macy's. We will be offering a wide selection of Macy's products, discounts, offers, and much more. Our differences and experiences drive our innovation, which is the source of our competitive edge and sustainability. We vowed to bring you the most respected, enhanced shopping experience. This is why (Fashion Ayasha) partners with one of the best companies in the world, Macy's.

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Ayasha Fashion Brand

Ayasha Fashion Brand

Ayasha is a new brand created by Indigenous Ojibwe Fine Artist and Designer Ayasha Loya.

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Utilizing Natural Resources of Our Environment in Fashion

Utilizing Natural Resources of Our Environment in Fashion

 For Ojibwe people like myself utilizing the natural resources of our environment in fashion is an inherited tradition. Educating the world about this importance of Native American is where modern Ayasha fashion comes in. In Ayasha (designer fashion brand) we feel the need to use modern forms of design with traditional natural resources to Empower Cultural Connection.

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Topics Coming to Ayasha Fashion Brand Blog This Week

Topics Coming to Ayasha Fashion Brand Blog This Week

Topics Coming to Ayasha Fashion Brand Blog This Week include Hardships Ojibwe Native Americans face in Bitter Cold Winters. Number one to be a successful Fashion Designer and Brander as a Native American in today's society. 

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