Whetung Ojibwa Centre
Spirit Wraps by Chloe Angus
The Spirit Collection is a collaboration between First Nations Artists and Fashion Designer Chloë Angus. Representing a union between fashion and art, the Spirit Wrap Collection pairs the Classic Button Wrap with original First Nations artwork in a unique and fashionable way. Including the artists’ signature, each Spirit Wrap is a wearable piece of original West Coast art.
Chloë Angus Design is a small and passionate company that thrives on making women look and feel beautiful. For ten years, the Chloë Angus Design team has been creating high-quality, elegant, chic collections out of the best fabrics available for women of all shapes and sizes.
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Fabric Content: 85% Acrylic,15% Wool
Haida Artist: Clarence Mills
The Salmon is the life source and the provider of food for all animals and humans. When salmon are seen in pairs, it symbolizes good luck.
The Raven is the transformer, trickster and creator. Known in legends as the one who released the sun, moon and stars he discovered man in a clam shell, brought the salmon and the water, and taught man how to fish and hunt.
The Orca - Haida
Orca symbolizes family, longevity, travel and community for the Haida. They are said to protect those who travel away from home and lead them back when the time comes
Hummingbirds are messengers of peace and provide guidance through life’s challenges. It is good luck to see a Hummingbird before an event or journey.
Tlingit Artist: Corrine Hunt
Raven & Eagle
In many First Nations traditions all families stem from either Raven or Eagle. Legend depicts the ultimate love story between the two "Love Birds".