Robbie is a 17-year-old from California. Aside from fashion he enjoys playing varsity football, competing in trapshooting competitions, and training at the gym. When it comes to fashion he says, "it's our inner self to an outside eye." Robbie would like to give a shout out to @raidteamco, as they have done a lot of nonprofit work and have donated 2000 Chromebooks to kids of poverty within California.
TB: What inspires you and your fashion sense?
R: I draw most of my inspiration street fashion as well as English street fashion. Idk why but I really found outfits in kingsman to be interesting and different so I did my best to replicate them. I think the biggest thing for me is not fitting in with the crowd; I never want to just wash into the background.
TB: How would you describe your personal style?
R: My fashion sense is really centered around American denim as well as the support of small in-country businesses. I’m also very into sneakers and their history/ story.
TB: Where are your favorite places to shop?
R: My favorite places to shop are from small American based companies. Especially ones that give back to groups in need. I find myself purchasing a lot of t-shirts from veteran-owned brands bc they often give a percentage of the profit to veterans facing PTSD or poverty.
TB: Can you explain what gym culture is like and what’s popular in gun fashion rn?
R: When it comes to gym culture and fashion the fashion part really doesn’t matter it’s what you feel most comfortable in. But the culture is a little different first off nobody’s looking at you they are looking in the mirror. Secondly, if you're going to pay for the gym and drive there then don’t flake, [because] if you have a goal in mind don’t stop until you reach it.