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OXDX by Jared Yazzie – Native American Streetwear

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OXDX by Jared Yazzie – Native American Streetwear Designer

OXDX Clothing is a Native American owned business based out of Tempe, Arizona that specializes in graphic art, screen printed apparel, and cut’n’sew clothing.

OXDX by Jared Yazzie

Owner, designer & artist Jared Yazzie (Diné – Navajo) has been producing Artwork since 2009 to increase Awareness of Indigenous issues & to show the beauty of Native culture.
« OXDX » is an abbreviation of the word « Overdose », a word Yazzie uses to describe the state of modern society.
Sometimes we need to pull back & remember our culture, tradition, & those who have sacrificed before us.

« OXDX » is an abbreviation of the word « Overdose« , a word Yazzie uses to describe the state of modern society.
Sometimes we need to pull back & remember our culture, tradition, and those who have sacrificed for us.

“To preserve culture by passing on stories through art, fashion, and creative content. To be socially conscious, constantly connected to our community, & ambitious as hell.”

“OXDX has become my life work and grown to a point of influence within the community.
I feel I have a responsibility to show correct representation of Native people & to shed light on indigneous issues,” Yazzie said.
Owner, designer & artist Jared Yazzie (Diné – Navajo) ) – Streetwear Designer brings awareness to Native American issues
OXDX is a Diné owned fashion label operating out of downtown Tempe, Arizona.
OXDX creative team offers unique content & designs to properly represent Native people.
OXDX artwork brings to light indigenous issues & challenges the institutions censoring our existence.
OXDX by Jared Yazzie – Native American Streetwear Designer – Ancestors Watching – Xiuhtezcatl x OXDX

 

Ancestors Watching – Xiuhtezcatl x OXDX Collab Hoodie

In my culture, our creation story tells us our bodies are made from Maza. Corn. It represents our connection to the Earth to which we’ll return after we’ve learned the teachings we came to learn. – Xiuhtezcatl

 

OXDX by Jared Yazzie – Native American Streetwear Designer – Ancestors Watching – Xiuhtezcatl x OXDX
OXDX by Jared Yazzie – Native American Streetwear Designer – Ancestors Watching – Xiuhtezcatl x OXDX

 

OXDX – Native American Streetwear Designer – Jared Yazzie’s (Diné) « Tribute » Wool Blanket

XIUHTEZCALL // TIDES FREESTYLE

 

 

OXDX OFF MARKET FASHION SHOW – Santafe

 

OXDX & crew headed out to Santa Fe, NM this year to host OFF-MARKET, a fashion show featuring OXDX, Trickster Co, & Beyond Buckskin.

OXDX  venue this year was Casa España just off the Santa Fe plaza, hosted during the Santa Fe Indian Market.

Special thanks to all the models for making this happen, our make up artists, hair specialists, & designers.

 

Contact :

Website : oxdxclothing.com

 

 

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