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Non-Indigenous clothing designer accused of cultural appropriation by competitors

Vancouver fashion designer Chloë Angus is facing criticism from her competitors because she uses First Nations art in her clothing and says her business is partly Indigenous-owned. But she isn’t Indigenous and is the sole owner of her company.

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