Style Profile: Trevor Hildebrand, Brooklyn
23-year-old Trevor Hildebrand is an event planner and producer who moved to Brooklyn, New York to get his start planning queer events and parties. He hopes to continue pursuing modeling and fashion as his form of queer self-expression and creativity. Follow him on Instagram at @trevhilda.
This profile is brought to us by photographer Ali Rowenna.
Where did you grow up & where do you live now?
I grew up in Fullerton, California. I now live in Brooklyn, New York
How do you think your friends would define your style?
My friends define my style as mostly androgynous. I wear 80% women’s clothing, but I also tend to stay on the more masculine side of female fashion. I love colorful pants, blouses, and earrings. Earrings are my favorite, I can never have too many.
What’s your favorite item in your wardrobe?
My favorite item in my wardrobe would probably be the all-sheer dress I am wearing in the G.N.O. outfit. That or these bright red, high-wasted, vintage Ann Taylor pants I have worn way too many times.
What’s your biggest style challenge?
I would say my biggest style challenge is shoes. I don’t have nearly enough, and I always have the hardest time finding shoes that feel like they work with my overall androgynous yet still feminine style.
Who’s your style icon?
I draw a lot of my fashion inspiration from the drag and club kid worlds. One major style icon to me would be Jeffrey Scott, a designer/club kid based in NYC. And Dua Lipa. I love her fashion always. I’m a pop girl, through and through.
Photos by Ali Rowenna