For their Summer 2010 campaign, Mosley Tribes teamed up with LA-based multi-media group, The Social Trust, to create a featurette documentary, spotlighting the region and the characters that inspired the brand this season.

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Here’s an exclusive sneak peek of A Native Perspective, a 15-minute video that focuses on the art-centric metropolis of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a scenic wilderness wonderland influenced by local Native American culture. The color selection of laminates, lenses and textures used in the Mosley Tribes 2010 Summer/Fall collection reflect the region and some of the enigmatic personalities who call New Mexico home.

Highlights include interviews and commentary with artists of Native American descent who reside and work in the area. Darren Vigil Gray, a prominent artist renowned for his abstract landscapes and portraits, allows the Mosley Tribes team exclusive access to his studio to observe and document some of his creative process.  Also featured in the film is renowned contemporary painter Tony Abeyta incorporates bold colors, rich textures and representations of Navajo deities in his work. Both share thoughts and stories about the history of their craft and discuss how the Santa Fe region affects and inspires their work.

Artist Darren Vigil Gray wearing the Beaded Lyndel (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

And don’t forget to pick up the newest addition to the Lyndel category, the Limited Quantity Beaded Lyndel, which hit stores this July.

Hand Beaded Lyndel (Mosley Tribes)