People of Santa Fe

During our Spring/Summer 2018 photo shoot in Santa Fe, the Lucchese team had the privilege of working with a number of faces and teams of the City Different. While our footwear was inspired by the city and environment, our shoot was inspired by the people who call Santa Fe “home.”


Our neighbor on the historic Plaza, Shiprock Santa Fe is rooted in the rich artistry of the Native American culture of the tribes of the Southwest. Owners Jed and Samatha Foutz have lived in Santa Fe for eight years and the showroom has been open for 13.

The gallery carries Navajo blankets and rugs, Native American jewelry and sculptures made by a selection of leading Native American artists. Merging the classic Native pieces with a modern aesthetic are contemporary home furnishings and decor. Visit the showroom on the historic Santa Fe Plaza or online at

Shiprock Santa Fe
53 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501


A Tlingit Alaskan Native, Zoe Urness is an award winning photographer, artist, and model — and twin. Although Zoe splits her time as she travels for projects, you can find her at galleries during the annual Santa Fe Indian Market in August, showing her work amongst the best. Most recently, Zoe was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Featured Photography.

Zoe’s work focuses on Natives in traditional regalia and settings blending fine art with documentary.


Originally from San Diego, the showroom’s founder and owner, Scott Corey, opened the business in 2000, shortly after he visited Santa Fe to help a friend — and then decided to make it his home.

The now 4,400-square-foot showroom carries pieces from all over the world that Scott or one of his “pickers” finds. He and his showroom have become a resource for different costume designers searching for the right pieces for big and small screen productions, including Hostiles and Longmire. Lucchese has been lucky enough to work with the Santa Fe Vintage showroom to pull our perfect looks for featured shoots.

The showroom is open by appointment only, but the Santa Fe Vintage Outpost is located just off the historic Plaza and is open to the general public.

Schedule an appointment by contacting Scott directly at 505.690.1075 or

Santa Fe Vintage Outpost
202 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Santa Vintage Showroom
7501 Avenger Way, Ste. C
Santa Fe, NM 87507


Jessika Le Corre is a mother of three and the creator of the natural skincare line FeatherEagleSky, named after her beautiful children Feather, Eagle, and Sky. Her skincare line is a favorite in Santa Fe and worldwide. Jessika and her husband, Erwan, find inspiration from a deep connection to the land, and the Ghost Ranch is of special importance. Together they travel for sacred prayer ceremonies and plant medicine. They have taught their children about love of Mother Earth, keeping their family life oriented toward the natural.

Her first book, Moonbow, features personal poems and photography and is now available for pre-order.


Teo has been a key part of several Lucchese photo shoots. Born and raised just south of Santa Fe in Galisteo, New Mexico, Teo recently returned to the state five years ago. Her experience working in fashion for 20 years has led her to working as a designer, set assistant, and stylist with her own lines and international brands.

Although she has traveled significantly, it’s the quiet and her family that draw Teo back to Santa Fe. Among her favorite places in the city are the bar at La Choza, Santa Fe Vintage (where she works as Scott Corey’s assistant and right hand), and the prime retail location at Shiprock Santa Fe.