a mannequin wearing clothing made by the artist including fur earmuffs, a fur scarf, jeans with fur applique and fur slippers

“We don’t want to think about the plants we are wearing when we wear cotton, and we don’t want to think about life and death.’ Mr. Williams comes to this belief as part of his birthright, and he expresses it in the form of a pencil skirt. He calls hand-sewing “a prayer” and says that for him, hunting equals environmentalism equals spirituality. For him, the universal language of fashion is the best vehicle for amplifying the heritage and legacy of his people while at the same time ensuring the future of those people.”

- The New York Times