<b>Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams</b> <br>Beaded Pin
  • <b>Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams</b> <br>Beaded Pin
  • <b>Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams</b> <br>Beaded Pin

Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams
Beaded Pin

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This size/colour combination has been discontinued


 Made in Canada

Materials: Sheep Leather, Czech & 24kt Gold Beads, Swarovski Crystals

Storyboots are authentically hand-crafted by Indigenous artists.
Artists receive 100% of the proceeds of each sale.

Kahsenniyohstha Lauren's Story: Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams is a turtle clan Kanyenkehaka/ Mohawk artist and educator from Six Nations, Ontario. She was born in Toronto, Ontario in 1983.

Kahsenniyohstha has always loved drawing and creating art, and this passion was fostered by family and friends. As a child, she learned to bead at First Nations House at the University of Toronto, from her mother’s students, and from visiting elders, and this skill has blossomed into a way of storytelling and expression. Her work blends traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee stories and aesthetics, embodying sacred feminine energy in modern and wearable designs. Each piece tells a story.

As an adult, beading has been part of a healing journey to recover after a car accident. For Kahsenniyohstha, her paintings live on walls, but her beadwork can be worn and carried throughout the day, telling its story. Part of her mantra of self expression is “if you can draw it, you can bead it!”. This mantra is especially helpful in her current educational work with children and youth, during which she teaches beadwork, leatherwork, music, and other skills, and passes Indigenous knowledge to the next generations.

Kahsenniyohstha Lauren Williams has a Master of Arts degree from the University of Bristol in Ancient History and Historiography, with a focus on Haudenosaunee oral tradition.


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Our high-performance Vibram® sole is also the canvas for Indigenous art. The Tipi design was created exclusively for us by indigenous artist Heather Endall.

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Thanks to our incredible global community, Manitobah Mukluks has grown. To achieve this growth we’ve found global partners to help us produce some of our products internationally. I believe this expansion in our production leads to a bigger local impact.

As an Indigenous Canadian, AUTHENTIC to me means being engaged in and contributing to my community. It also means respecting our history while creating positive change for the future. And the best way for me to bring about that change for Indigenous Canadians is to get as many people wearing Manitobah Mukluks as possible.

Our success allows us to work with more local artists, showcase successful Indigenous role models and bring our culture to the world. We also invest in education and employment through our partnership with the Centre for Indigenous Human Resource Development, and I’m particularly proud of our Storyboot project, which helps revive traditional arts in our communities through business-building partnerships with elders and artisans who fashion mukluks and moccasins the traditional way.

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