E'SEHEMEONA'E | SUN ROAD WOMAN
WE'RE CELEBRATING 2 YEARS HERE AT BYELLOWTAIL.COM
We are beyond thrilled to announce our 2 year anniversary! It’s been an incredible journey so far, and we thank you all for your tremendous support. To celebrate, we’re bringing you a special anniversary dress titled “Sun Road Woman” (E’sehemeona’e) after the namesake that was given to me in the Cheyenne tradition by Dewanda Little Coyote. She was given the same name by her Southern Cheyenne grandmother, Lucy Buffalo. This name is so special to me because of the strong women I share it with and the rich lineage it carries. With our feet planted firmly in the ground, and the sun lighting our way, we look forward to the road ahead.
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Maya Stewart - Handbags
Chickasaw | Creek | Choctaw
Maya Stewart’s designs have been featured in Vogue, W Magazine, Elle, Vanity Fair, and carried by Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Jaime King, Kerry Washington and Carrie Underwood to name a few.
A graduate of the London College of Fashion, Maya's notable awards include the Professor Jimmy Choo Award. She has also presented her collections at New York and Los Angeles Fashion Week.
As a Native American of Chickasaw, Creek and Choctaw descent, Maya’s designs are frequently influenced by the geometric lines of Southeastern tribes. To these designs she brings inspiration from her many years spent in London, New York and Los Angeles.