Sho Sho Esquiro Clothing is a couture line of indigenous and hip-hop inspired apparel for fashion-forward inspired individuals who seek one-of-a-kind self-expression through fashion. Key elements of Sho Sho Esquiro designs include native textiles made by Pendleton as well as nature inspired fabrics and trims. Recycled furs and leathers, organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp fabrics are used whenever possible in order to make each design as eco-friendly as possible. Vibrant colors are used to incorporate hip-hop culture and city lifestyle thus creating a fresh look with an urban-Native twist. Each garment is handmade often incorporating hand done beadwork and trims to ensure couture quality and artistic authenticity.
Sho Sho Esquiro Clothing established in 1997 with a line of silkscreened and hand painted graffiti tee shirts, to which Sho Sho added handbags and jackets, until finally establishing a full couture line in 2009. Sho Sho Esquiro Clothing has been displayed at fashion shows and trade exhibits across North America, featuring such signature pieces such as Pendleton jackets and high fashion Pendleton corsets which have branded Sho Sho Esquiro with international acclaim in the native market. In 2010 Sho Sho Esquiro Clothing was brought to the mainstream market when the line was highlighted during the 2010 Winter Olympics. In 2011 Sho Sho shared the stage with Nike N7, Pendleton at the 68th Annual Conference for the Congress of American Indians in Portland and again in 2012 at the Nike Native American Network for their Native American Heritage Month held at the Nike World Head Quaters. Sho Sho was honoured in 2012 when she had the opportunity to be a part of the "First Peoples Festival" at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia and is excited about participating in the festival again in April of 2013. The designer was excited to be accepted in the 2012 Santa Fe Indian Market. Sho Sho continues to exhibit her fashions at trade and fashion shows in Canada and the United states for crowds of up to 8,000-plus.