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During her time at Arizona State University, Robinette was involved with two student-led publications. She served as co-editor-in-chief of the Fashion Journalism Club, The Chic Daily, and co-president of ASU's chapter of Her Campus. Both of these roles involved writing, editing, team management, collaboration and event planning.

Her Campus

Robinette joined ASU's chapter of Her Campus, an online magazine for college women, as a writer/editor her freshman year. She eventually became co-president.

At Her Campus ASU, Robinette:

  • Wrote, pitched and edited bi-weekly articles across many verticals, including culture, lifestyle, fashion, beauty and wellness

  • Co-led weekly meetings and editorial brainstorming for a group of 15+ college women

  • Organized team-bonding and campus events, as well as brand collaborations

  • Interviewed cast from Netflix's "Never Have I Ever"

The Chic Daily

Robinette joined The Chic Daily, a magazine and blog produced by ASU's Fashion Journalism Club, as a writer freshman year. She quickly became co-editor-in-chief.

At The Chic Daily, Robinette:

  • Edited 100+ blog/magazine stories and wrote 12, covering entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, beauty and art

  • Co-scheduled a weekly editorial and social content calendar for a team of 30+ college students

  • Helped plan and execute two charity fashion shows, with total ticket sales raising approximately $5,000 for local nonprofits

  • Covered live events, such as Phoenix Fashion Week and Tempe Fashion Week

  • Interviewed public figures, including Mark Wahlberg

More about The Chic Daily fashion shows:

On Nov. 17, 2021, Robinette was a backstage director for "Chic in the City," a charity fashion show ran by The Chic Daily in partnership with creative agency Luxe and City. All proceeds of this sold-out runway show, which surpassed $3,000, went to FABRIC, a nonprofit fashion incubator in Tempe, Arizona. The show featured over 60 models, a red carpet, professional photographers, a musical performance and local vendors. There was a mix of local designers and stylists. Each showcased collections inspired by major cities: Seattle, London, Paris or New York.

On April 29, 2022, The Chic Daily hosted another charity fashion show, "Down the Rabbit Hole." The $1,715 garnered from ticket sales was donated to Dress for Success Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools. This show featured a red carpet, professional photographers, local vendors, dancers and copies of The Chic Daily's first printed magazine. Stylists showcased collections inspired by folklores and fairytales. 

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