Arlo Weiner
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Arlo Weiner
Meet Arlo Weiner, an 8-year-old with a classic sense of style. The son of “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner and architect Linda Brettler has been into clothes since he was a tot. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
Arlo Weiner
Arlo fixes his hair to complement the outfit. The budding dandy takes his cues from classic films, has a penchant for red and black, mixes patterns with abandon and has been known to wear a tuxedo to school. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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The clothespony shows off one of his favorite outfits. “I like old movies, ‘Picture of Dorian Gray’ has really cool frock coats, Boris Karloff dressed really cool, and I liked the way the guys in ‘League of Extraordinary Gentlemen’ looked,” he says. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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Arlo is dwarfed in his walk-in closet, which, among other things, is home to a wide assortment of toys, games and hats. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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Arlo is dressed to the nines as he bounces around his backyard on a pogo stick. Much of his wardrobe comes from resale shops such as Jet Rag, It’s a Wrap! and Iguana. “It’s a Wrap! is a huge treasure trove,” says his mom, Linda Brettler. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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Young Master Weiner dons one of his favorite outfits to climb an archway in the kitchen of his house. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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Arlo mixes up the plaids as he goes for a ride around the yard. Despite what you might think, his wardrobe choices don’t result in much flak from his classmates. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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Among the average toys and games of an 8-year-old boy are a top hat and a fringe jacket. Arlo also owns — and occasionally wears — a monocle. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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The sign says it all. Arlo’s dad is Matthew Weiner, the creator of “Mad Men,” a TV show set in the advertising world of the early ’60s with a rich period wardrobe. (Nancy Pastor / For The Times)
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