Breeze Robinson is a law student in Indianapolis, and the owner of Future Friends Holographic Magic club, a contemporary art collective. The goal of the collective is to emphasize marginalized voices through the expression of art, film, music, poetry and performance. Breeze also happens to have great style, influenced by hip-hop culture and A$AP Rocky. She told us more about her style inspirations below.
What is your earliest memory of a noticeable interest in fashion?
BR: I had a favorite outfit that I wanted to wear every single day when I was in 1st grade because none of my other clothes were cool enough.
Who or what influences your style?
BR: I’m mostly influenced by hip-hop culture and street fashion. Specifically A$AP Rocky and Young Thug.
Describe your personal style in four words or one phrase:
BR: “Pretty cool I guess”
What’s your go-to item in your closet?
BR: Black denim overalls
Who are your favorite designers, and what do you like about their designs?
BR: Virgil Abloh because he makes streetwear into luxury clothes.
BR: Wearing clothes to convey a message about yourself or society.
Did you ever consider leaving the Indy area? If so, what made you stay?
BR: I think everyone considers leaving, but I like it here. There’s room for growth, opportunity, and folks from Indy are some of the most creative people I know.
What trends are you noticing for spring fashion?
BR: It looks like the 90s might be here for another season. Also baggy clothes, bright colors, especially green.
What’s next for you? What short and long term goals are on your list?
BR: I’m going to keep running Future Friends and providing an opportunity for marginalized artists, graduate from law school, and take up a career in modeling.
Worst fashion trend:
BR: Jnco Jeans
Best fashion trend:
BR: I’ve been really happy with the resurrection of the color blocking and stripes from the 90s hip-hop era.
Last but certainly not least, name your favorite fashion icon:
BR: A$AP Rocky