Magnus Walker

Magnus Walker


Urban Outlaw Shop

Los Angeles, CA USA

The key is believing in yourself. I think a lot of people give up because we are afraid of failure. The biggest struggle is finding the self-confidence to believe in yourself and keep moving forward.


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My road in life has taken me all over.
Grew up in Sheffield, England.
His fascination with the Porsche brand began when his father took him to the 1977 Earl’s Court Motorshow when he was 10 years old.
Knew his life in Sheffield was going to be limited, so he dropped out of school at 15 and started bouncing around places and jobs.
He came to the U.S. when he was 19 to work for a kids summer camp in Detroit; a decision he now says was “sink or swim”.
After the camp ended, he took off on a three day road trip with the goal of getting to Los Angeles; had no plans for what he was going to do, but embraced being on an adventure.
He stumbled into the fashion industry by accident and set up his fashion label (now called Urban Outlaw) on the Venice Boardwalk, which eventually grew into a multi-million dollar business.
He had always had a goal to own a Porsche—something he finally achieved when he was 25 years old—for him, this represented a great personal accomplishment and sense of freedom.
With the success of his fashion business, he started to collect more and more Porsches—he is now one of the most sought after Porsche collectors and customizers in the world.
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I am a fashion designer and collector/customizer of vintage Porsches.

Career Roadmap

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Accomplishing Goals

Day to Day

My day is usually split between running my fashion business and working on one of my cars.

Skills & Qualities Beyond School

Don't always try to please other people. If you have your own vision, follow that and don't let other people influence you. Confidence is a big factor. You have to believe in what you are doing otherwise, no one else will.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

Become an adaptive swimmer. Find your own pace, but always keep pushing forward.


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"I don't think I can do this. I should just give up."

Challenges I Overcame

First-Generation Immigrant

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