• Wed, Nov 23 2011

Orphan Week Style Crush: Celebrities In American Indian-Inspired Garb

It’s probably time we pay tribute to the original Thanksgiving orphans, the American Indian people. Too soon? Okay, fine, then we’ll just take a look at some celebrities who have appropriated their garb to look cool. Hair feathers, mass-produced “Navajo print” and Paris Hilton‘s full-on headdress herein.

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  • Gracie

    I find it astonishing that in the US dressing up as a American Indian isn’t considered offensive. I am from NZ and if anyone dressed up in a Maori costume for Halloween or similar they would be considered to be extremely offensive. I haven’t got anything against the people who are simply inspired by the traditional dress but those up openly taking the piss out of the original costume I find shocking.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=533585631 Dolly Reitinger

      JUST FOUND OUT NOW…….

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=533585631 Dolly Reitinger

    OOOOH,,,,GRACIE WE DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THIS UNTIL NOW I JUST FOUND THIS SITE….AND NEVER HERD ABOUT THIS WOMAN HERE DRESSED UP LIKE A WHORE TRYING TO DEPICT US NATIVE AMERICA PEOPLE….IT SAYS A LOT ABOUT THIS PERSON AND THIS SITE…..