Generation Z: Vincent

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Sweater from Weekday,
Necklace bought in Sweden.

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  1. Cecylia on

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    Love her necklace!

  2. franca maisha on

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    damn, this is one stylish and good looking boy! bet he`s going to be a model one day :)

  3. Limi on

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    wow, krass! so jung und so stylisch

  4. Anonymous on

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    Ja da hat Mutti ihm aber was schönes zum Anziehen gekauft, was?

  5. Esther on

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    i love her facial features & hair <3 i think she could look good in almost anything with that

  6. Tim on

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    Damn. I didn’t even know such young people were existing! Ignorant me.

  7. Anonymous on

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    srsly what 12year old walks around like this!? one can only hope he can still enjoy his childhood.

  8. Minna on

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    wow! what’s happening?

  9. Anonymous on

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    You probably missed the e in Vincent(e), didn’t you?!

  10. on

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    wouw, he’s precious! but yes, he’s 12, this can’t be natural!

  11. Mary on

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    guys, look at him! he wears a knitted sweater and a necklace with sunglasses – why is that too weird to be true!? and why would it be not “natural” – what is “natural”, by the way? Is there a certain way a child should look!?

  12. Vinda Sonata on

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    wow. he’s such a special kid. love the sweater!!

  13. Alessandro on

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    He’s from Copenhagen which means it can’t be quite normal to see kids like that around.
    Greetings from Helsinki (formerly in Copenhagen).

    Ale

  14. Lorena on

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    It’s interesting that he is comfortable with being so androgynous at 12 years old; when I was that age I remember everyone being very sensitive about what everyone else thought of them. I’d like to hear what he has to say about his own style. I love his hair – wish I had waves/curls like that!

    http://ganymedekids.blogspot.com

  15. FindingFashionland on

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    Amazing!
    the sweater is fantastic!

    findingfashionland

  16. Flor on

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    wow!

  17. Anonymous on

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    Der Junge sieht super aus und NICHT wie ein Mädchen und AUCH NICHT androgyn. Er hat auch keine affektierten Sachen an, sondern einen Wollpullover und einer in seinen Augen “coolen” Kette. Die vorangegangenen Kommentatoren kennen wohl keine 12jährigen. Die sind doch nicht mehr 5. Die haben Geschmack. Und wenn sie mit Mama und Papa nicht zu C&A, sondern zu Weekday gehen, landen sie auch mal bei stil in berlin

  18. Rabia on

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    Ich würde ja gerne wissen wie die Eltern von ihm sich so kleiden. Sie sehen bestimmt genauso aus..?

  19. Tamara on

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    How cool! Just imagine when he’ll be 21…

  20. THE DIVINITUS on

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    really liking that ensemble,
    12 y/o, wow :)

  21. Cara Gray on

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    Vincent’s gonna be a player by 21 Tamara. haha

  22. Anonymous on

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    seltsam…….wenn ich mich erinnere, was ich mit 12 getragen habe. ich möchte das nicht kritisieren, aber ich denke jetzt ist der punkt eingetreten, an dem ich absolut übersättigt von modeblogs bin, irgendwie ist das alles so absurd.

  23. Anonymous on

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    i see some say ‘he’ and ‘him’, some say ‘her’ or ‘she’. I thought it was a very pretty girl, but now i’m not sure anymore. so, is it a boy or a girl?

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