BY MANUEL FERNÁNDEZ
Fashion Art by Manuel Fernández was born in 1998 with the desire to offer to the most outstanding artists of the international pictorial panorama, a new and exceptional support where to express their work: a dress-canvas. Each artist acts by intervening on a different dress, in white, where he/she expresses his/her work and, consequently, creates a unique work BÍAWACHEEITCHISH.
Bíawacheeitchish, the first chief of an Indian tribe kept her female attire, but took four wives, which was not only significant from a sexual point of view, but also from a socio-economic one, since only someone who had achieved a certain level of wealth could afford such an expense.
She was compared to the queen of the Amazons for her audacity and bravery. She stole horses, fought hand-to-hand if necessary and practiced scalping, like any of her kind. She acquired enough prestige to be admitted to the council of chiefs, where she reached the third place among the one hundred and sixty male representatives.