I definitely get a lot from skate culture. Skateboarding is all I've been about for pretty much the whole of my life since I was super young. So everything's from skateboarding.
I think so, I just thought it was another way to kind of express myself. It's definitely another way to just express myself; it felt like skateboarding really where it would just be an extension of myself and what I like to do and how I like to look.
Not in the UK, over here you really just don't see people wearing it at all. It's super frowned upon especially as I was growing up no one would wear it, you'd probably be shamed for it over here. So it's really hard to look up to people over here or people who aren't online. So definitely not where I'm from, I don't see people wearing it. So I feel like I've had to start wearing myself and now I've started wearing it and I see other people in the area around me, they start wearing it as well, which is really cool to see that I can kind of push positive change in my own area, which is really nice… I think a lot of my inspiration was definitely through hip-hop and rap. Like A$AP Rocky.
I probably tried black first, I probably went for the e-boy kind of look, kind of a bit more manly kind of look, but now I've now been doing it a lot more. I usually try different colors.