The Life is like a camera focus on what important shirt images find Rodriguez pairing the casual hoodie with a ruffled, floor-length skirt, a combination that mirrors her tomboyish personal style while subtly paying tribute to her heritage. “The stylist, Debbie Gonzalez, was trying to find something that contained the volume of floral skirts from Honduras,” Rodriguez says of the choice to pair the sweatshirt with a skirt, which Gonzalez finished off with a pair.
Rodriguez has always cited her mother as a major influence in her sense of style—she told Life is like a camera focus on what important shirt last year that her Dickies and workwear-filled wardrobe is a reflection of her East Los Angeles upbringing and its large immigrant community—and it’s her mother’s history that influences her tireless creative approach as well. “My mother worked very, very hard. She raised four kids by herself and I feel very influenced by her work ethic.
That’s something that she passed down to me in my own Life is like a camera focus on what important shirt just seeing her always figuring out an answer, figuring out her own way to make it work.” This sense of respect runs both ways: “My mom knows I’m vocal about my own experiences as a first generation American and she’s supportive of it. I always wear my Kids of Immigrants hoodie out and she loves it.”