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Rebecca Baker-Grenier

Rebecca is of Kwakiuł, Dzawada’enuwx, and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh ancestry. She is a multidisciplinary artist with a BA from the University of British Columbia with a Major in the Indigenous Studies Program. Rebecca began fashion design in 2021 and is apprenticing under established Indigenous designer and artist, Himikalas Pam Baker. She completed the Indigenous Couture Residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity, 2022. 


Rebecca debuted her first full collection at New York Fashion Week, September 2022, followed by Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week. She has presented her collection at SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market fashion show, August 2023, Vancouver Fashion Week, October 2023, Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week 2023, and Indigenous Fashion Arts, Toronto 2024. She was the recipient of the 2021 YVR Emerging Artist award for her fashion design. Her dress, ‘Wazulis’ was on display at the YVR Vancouver Airport, 2022 and was part of an exhibit at the Museum of Vancouver, 2023. Her cedar and ermine cape was on display at the Bill Reid Gallery, 2023-24 and her vest and skirt 'Held by Generations' will be at the Museum for Natural History, New York 2024-25. Her work has also been featured in Vogue, Elle Canada, and worn on red carpets.


There is an intimate ancestral connection with the art that Rebecca creates, representing her lineage as an Indigenous woman. Rebecca has been creating her personal and families’ sewn and beaded pow-wow regalia since the age of eleven. She is the regalia designer for the Dancers of Damelahamid’s productions (2016 – present) with her works dancing on national and international stages.

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