Scott Wabano

IndigiQueer Creative Director & Stylist | Fashion Sustainability Advocate | CEO & President, WABANO

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Often incorporating traditional storytelling with modern and digital concepts within fashion to advocate for the lives of Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ+ peoples, Scott Wabano is an award-winning Fashion Stylist & Designer, Creative Director and Content Creator. A 2Spirit Cree from the Mushkegowuk & Eeyou Istchee territories, Scott grew up with a strong admiration for traditional and mainstream fashion and a passion for bringing authentic Indigenous representation to the industry. With features in Vogue, Forbes, ELLE, FASHION, The National Post & more, Scott has become an advocate for sustainable and Indigenous fashion while also advocating for the rights of Indigenous 2SLGBTQ+ youth on Turtle Island.

Scott is the owner of the genderless brand ‘Wabano’, an Indigenous-owned, sustainable fashion brand used to educate society about the impacts of colonization on Indigenous communities. Scott is also one of the co-founders of the non-profit organization, Two Spirits of Eeyou Istchee and was recently featured on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List for Toronto. Scott uses their voice and presence to advocate for Indigenous 2SLGBTQ+ youth and remind them of the power of their identity, the power of their existence, and the power we all carry as individuals.

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