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TVHC is making an impact with Native-made and designed hats and goods, and it is being noticed!

  • Grammys 2020 Red Carpet: Lil Nas X, Diplo, Billy Porter, and the Hats That Made the Night

    Billy Rae Cyrus wearing a ThunderVoice Hat Co. hat designed by ThunderVoice Eagle to the 2020 Grammys with Lil Nas X

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  • Navajo artist honours his heritage by fashioning hats and reinterpreting classic art

    ThunderVoice Hat Co. along with the art of ThunderVoice Eagle highlighted in CBC Canada article

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  • ThunderVoice Hat Co. Makes Classic, Artful Hats and Gives Back to US Tribes

    ThunderVoice Hat Co. profiled in Galore Mag during launch of company.

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  • 17 Indigenous Clothing Brands to Support and Follow

    While we're on the topic of upcycling, here's another brand we think you should check out. Founded by Lehi ThunderVoice Eagle, who is Navajo and Totonoc

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  • How Indigenous Model Quannah Chasinghorse Is Redefining Beauty

    One of her first big modeling jobs was being cast in a Calvin Klein campaign in October last year, and since then, she has been cast in shoots for V and ThunderVoice Hat Co., an Indigenous-owned hat company

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  • A Navajo Artist Breaks Down His Tribe’s Urban Outfitters Lawsuit

    The Navajo Artist responds to  cultural appropriation. The Navajo, who hold trademarks on the "Navajo" name, filed a federal lawsuit in 2012, arguing that Urban Outfitters violated trademarks 

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  • 10 TikTok-inspired gifts to help your friends follow trends

    There’s a thin line between appropriating cultures and celebrating them. You can do the second by supporting native creators and artists, who’ve made TikTok a beautifully rich runway of sorts.

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  • Complementary to his fashion line, Sanchez’s artwork...

    Is shifting the storyline through representation. It is a way that allows the viewer access to a history they are comfortable with, then the challenge of shifting their focus to a history that many have attempted to disregard and hide.”

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  • Interview: Lehi Thunder Voice Eagle

    “They are a statement of how we can reuse and honor all elements of creation.” Thunder Voice Eagle and his team reclaim and repurpose the iconic Navajo brim hat, which has spanned through the ages, as a reminder of generations past.

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  • CNN Interview with Lehi ThunderVoice Eagle

    In a video Interview, Lehi ThunderVoice Eagle talks about Native art, the fashion industry, and the ways TVHC is attempting to right a lot of wrongs.

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  • A Forest for the Trees

    An immersive art show created and directed by visionary artist Glenn Kaino. The show features a shop conceived and curated in collaboration with ThunderVoice Eagle’s Thunder Voice Hat Co.

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  • 'Who Gets to Profit off Our Culture?’ Indigenous Designers Are Growing Platforms for Change

    ThunderVoice Eagle talks about efforts to recalibrate a fashion industry in which non-Indigenous manufacturers have long profited off of cheap re-creations of Native American designs.

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