Kindred souls bare their soles

By Geoff Lee

February 16, 2016 9:11 AM

Saskatoon residents Devon Fiddler, left, owner of SheNative Goods Inc., and Jannica Hoskins, a project manager with Her 4 Directions, displays some of the high heel shoes designed by Helen Oro, who was speaking at the time. The indigenous fashion designers made presentations at Lakeland College and for the Chamber Connects business mixer last Wednesday.

Saskatoon residents Devon Fiddler, left, owner of SheNative Goods Inc., and Jannica Hoskins, a project manager with Her 4 Directions, displays some of the high heel shoes designed by Helen Oro, who was speaking at the time. The indigenous fashion designers made presentations at Lakeland College and for the Chamber Connects business mixer last Wednesday.

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