Wednesday, August 12, 2009


"I'm a mirror...If you're cool with me, I'm cool with you, and the exchange starts.

What you see is what you reflect. If you don't like what you see, then you've done something.

If I'm standoffish that's because you are" ~ Jay-Z

He get it from his...Daddy?

Just recently I've gotten very heavy into MEN'S fashion. I mean I've always admired a well dressed man, but lately my eye for men's fashion has definitely been caught. I have one muse in particular...but that's for another post.

So as i was blog hopping, (I've come across some incredible ones lately) A post about Arlo Weiner caught my attention. Now Arlo is 8 years old, and he is the son of "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner. He was most recently covered in GQ mag as the most FASHIONABLE 8 YEAR OLD

Here's the actual article...

When you’re the son of Matt Weiner, creator of the impeccably styled TV series Mad Men, you’ve got serious sartorial standards to live up to. Arlo Weiner has been creating his own style since the age of three—when he asked his parents for a top hat. Soon he’d moved on to striped bow ties, crushed velvet jackets, madras pants, and ascots (yeah, he knows what an ascot is).

In the past five years, Arlo—named after singer Arlo Guthrie, whom he listens to along with Black Sabbath and Bob Dylan—has become one of the sharpest, most original dressers this side of second grade. (Arlo on Dad’s show: “That’s where I’ve gotten a lot of my inspiration.”) His look is part Oliver Twist, part Royal Tenenbaums—eclectic and kidlike, but somehow knowingly so. (His favorite item right now: a fez. “I like to flick the string,” he says.) Even in L.A., a city where half the populace dresses to be noticed, Arlo stands out. A favorite story in the Weiner family is the time perma-cool rocker Beck followed Arlo down the street, so taken was he by the kid’s head-to-toe plaid.

Arlo, who plans to start designing his own clothes as soon as his mom gets a sewing machine, likes to mix and match bright colors and patterns. In fact, he’s up for trying just about anything—except sneakers and jeans. “They’re really not my thing,” he confesses.

Little man is EIGHT!! E-I-G-H-T!! There's quite a few grown men I know that could stand to take a page from his book...BE ORIGINALS DAMMIT!

I"m posting some of my fav images of him...This boy is

I could go on but you get the idea...How are u this original at EIGHT?! How are jeans and sneakers "not your thing" at EIGHT!?

Good job Arlo...I Love it!