With great hair flow comes equally amazing skater boy style. Self proclaimed hype beast, Sam Macke, undoubtedly has fulfilled the aesthetic of a die hard skater. He always seemed to take pride in his appearance and never had a hair out of place. So I had to ask him about his perspective of fashion since it seemed to mirror mine. He immediately responded with, "When I first started getting into clothes, it was mainly about price tag. The meaning of clothes back then was to impress people, so I always wore pieces like Supreme. Since then, I feel as though my style has matured. I want to be as unique as possible. I follow trends, but put my own twist to it. I found that it's not about price since some of my favorite articles are thrift store finds. Clothing is a creative outlet, it's more of a hobby. I have passion, it's something that completes my personality and a way to express myself." I think everyone can relate to the situation that money in the pocket means brand name clothes. As we mature, so does our sense of self and fashion. Striving to be unique gives someone character to be idolized.