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Friday, February 16, 2007

NEW! The Sartorialist Jr. for Cookie Magazine

The time I spent as a stay-at-home dad was the most rewarding and the most trying of my life. I would not have The Sartorialist today if it were not for that experience but I remember that during that time ,everyday, wondering if I was doing the right thing but I would always ask myself "how can raising your children ever be wrong?"

I'm proud that I accepted the responsibility with my full heart, and not as some distracted parent always talking on their cell phone. The best was when kids at the playground would see me playing with my own kids, look me up and down, and ask me, "How old are you?"

A huge part of the tone/voice of this blog was first articulated when I started talking to my kids about how I thought they should try to look at the world. Actually, the photo of Isabel with her arms up is probably the photo that began The Sartorialist (in my mind, at least). It’s everything I want to capture, joy, style and humor. What’s more, my dad loves that photo, which means the world to me.

For these reasons, I’m so happy to announce that I will be doing a page for Cookie Magazine, called The Sartorialist Jr. Which will basically be what I already do, but with parents and kids in mind.

The whole thing came about quite naturally: when I was in Europe during the shows, I kept seeing all these really cute kids dressed in a way I didn't see, here in the US. I wanted to take their pictures and bring them back to show my kids and beg them to let me dress them that way. I realize I'm not that different from other parents, so I thought it would make for a good page in an appropriate setting. I immediately thought of Cookie: it’s hip, cool, funny and not over-edgy. To me, it is the best kids magazine out there.

The first issue with my page should be out any day now.

Here’s a link to their website with more photos from my first page: The Sartorialist Jr. for Cookie Magazine

ps I swear I didn't tell Claudia to stand that way, some kids are just born with the pose gene.

Comments on "NEW! The Sartorialist Jr. for Cookie Magazine"


Blogger Janvangogh said ... (9:11 AM) : 

I am so loving that spaghetti sauce red. Love the red tennies.


Blogger Susan B said ... (9:21 AM) : 

Oh, and your daughter is adorable!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:21 AM) : 

No wonder your pictures show a love and respect for women - you've got at least 2 really great female influences!


Blogger Butch said ... (9:24 AM) : 

Congrats, Scott!

Isabel and Claudia are perfect.


Blogger Mrs Fashion said ... (9:28 AM) : 

Adorable! This had made me even more broody than usual - can't wait to see the issue.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:37 AM) : 

this is really awesome and exciting!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:48 AM) : 

Honestly - you are incredible & inspirational, you never fail to surprise me! Those kids are adorable - congrats, congrats, congrats on them and on your latest success. I am wearing red Converse today, but without a shred of the rock n roll attitude your gorgeous little thing is exuding. Love your comments too about parenting - its so hard to know the best way to go (stay at home vs daycare etc) and its something that I think about constantly for when I have children. You've given that debate a very fresh perspective and shown that it can be done in a big city. This post was amazing and much needed on this Friday.
Thank you. You rock.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:50 AM) : 

Scott, every morning when I arrive at my workplace, the first thing I do, besides getting coffee and checking e-mails, is to look up your website.
This time I found your beautiful special on and it gave me a completely new, deeper perspective on you and your blog and I thank you for that! Those are some beautiful pics and I'm sure your daughter will soon hit the tents!

It just shows me (us) once again what a fantastic photographer you are!
Keep it up and take care!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:51 AM) : 

From a lurker and mother of two young boys who watch "Cars" daily..."Bellissimo"!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:56 AM) : 

best post so far


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:03 AM) : 

These pictures and the text made me smile :)



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:04 AM) : 

there is nothing sexier than a man who takes responsibility for his family. Being Scandinavian I thought our men were more or less alone in this world in taking time to be with their children - I am so very happy to see that I was wrong! And these children are adorable. Great attitude!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:05 AM) : 

Wow, this may just make me subscribe to Cookie. Congratulation Sart! Speaking of which, I need to get my kid a haircut...


Blogger Unknown said ... (10:15 AM) : 

What a great thing. As a Dad who stayed at home with his kids, I can appreciate the "most rewarding, most trying time" comment.

Great pictures and a great idea. Kids clothes can be so trying...I appreciate the fact that your kids and pics look natural. It's nice to see little girls who look like little girls and not overly "dolled up" in Pink and lace or dressed too old and inappropriate (trying to look like Britney or Paris...)

Another great product from the Sartorialist. Your kids are very cute.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:20 AM) : 

Isabel and Claudia are twins? Pardon me if that's an obvious point to all others.

They're darlings!

As to "Sart Jr." I think it's a good idea. I used to think it was over the top to impose fashion on kids: "Just let 'em do what they want...cowboy boots and angel wings to school? Fine."

After seeing Zara's croquis display for kids...

...(click Trends then Child) the other day, I softened a bit.

While they're not dolls and I'd never want to impose my tastes on them, it's nice to be "fancy shmancy" every now and again.

I'll look for the mag up here in Canada next month!



Blogger Michal Suarez said ... (10:21 AM) : 

those are the cutest kids i've ever seen. you are one lucky man!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:34 AM) : 

Sart Daddy -
this is brilliant in every regard, from the project to your parenting. I, too was a SAHD and really dug it.
Putting your heart into it is the key, right -- the difference between parenting and babysitting?

Now, more important things: yes on print scarves, no on winter white. GQ runs a "mistakes of the past" column periodically, or something along those lines, and white shoes and winter white pants will show up there... on the other hand, white suits, two thumbs up.


Blogger Pret a Porter P said ... (10:34 AM) : 

what a GORGEOUS family you have!

and i love your daughter's little red sneakers!

this brought a smile to my face. thank you.


Blogger Carlene said ... (10:37 AM) : 

Seriously? This just made my day! Your kids are beautiful, and Claudia's outfit (that scarf! those shoes!) rocks.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:42 AM) : 

Congratulations Sart! I think im not the first one who thinks that you should take pics of kids in streets, even here in NY I have seen some kids dressed really hip and cool like Claudia, shes so cute oh my god! I believe about the pose, its true.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:44 AM) : 

that little girl is friggin adorable! and such fashion sense. she's going to be serious fashion competition when she gets older.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:44 AM) : 

I think I just fell in love with you.


Blogger Unknown said ... (10:49 AM) : 

This is soooooo sweet :)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:52 AM) : 

Congratulations!! it's amazing what you're doing!! keep going on!


Blogger .francesca said ... (10:55 AM) : 

i don't have kids (yet) but i can totally understand the desire to dress them in a special way that reflects your/our relationship with style and fashion. and i can't wait for this project.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:55 AM) : 

That little girl in the second photo more fashionable that most fashionistas! What a superb shot and GREAT outfit. Would love to know what her mother was wearing having created such an ensemble for her child!!!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:02 AM) : 

Love your new page!! Just because you have kids, doesn't mean that you have to enter the world of disney and dora plastered all over every article of clothing your kids wear. But you can't expect them to wear designer dresses and jeans and not expect them to play and get a bit dirty too!
Your children are part of who you are and that includes your sense of style!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:03 AM) : 

"How old are you?" What a flattering question!
Checked out the link and the pictures are a delight. You are a very lucky, and probably very proud, father.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:06 AM) : 

oh my god, that little girl is adorable. beautiful girl, great pose, great style. fashionistas, take notice!,


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:07 AM) : 

Oh my gosh! Congratulations! This is so fun and DARLING!


Blogger Cut of cloth said ... (11:11 AM) : 

Completely Adorable!
Obviously take after their father
And I would guess mummy has a hand in this too...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:19 AM) : 

Is that your wife in the cover photo?


Blogger The Muse said ... (11:24 AM) : 


This was one of the most moving posts for me. Being a dad who also took some time off and found the whole experience so rewarding and very life changing, I can appreciate where the love and joy you speak of comes from. Plus I like that you want the kids to have a sense of personal style that in unique and individual.

Well done


Blogger Leanne said ... (11:26 AM) : 

Thank god - one more reason to buy the mag (don't need incentives to visits your site - it is brilliant). It is daunting at best to dress my boys in something other than a Gap advert. Maybe with your photos in Cookie, I'll have a chance to show them that individuality is something to aspire to at all levels. If not, there is bound to be inspiration galore for mummy.


Blogger Ways of the Warrior said ... (11:27 AM) : 

After enjoying your blog for awhile now I am moved to comment. I must say that I think some care ought to be taken in imposing some of the more unfortunate values associated with fashion (rampant consumption and shopping as an emotional fix come to mind)upon our children.

I haven't read Cookie magazine but I hope there is some conscientiousness about this.

Keep up the excellent work Sartorialist!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:33 AM) : 

I LOVE your blog and check it out every day. I am a mom of two (5YO boy and 8YO girl). I think it would be very interesting to see fashionable kids from all over the world. I am excited to check out Cookie Magazine for your pics. I do wish you would throw in some kid pics in your blog too.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:34 AM) : 

You make me smile.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:35 AM) : 

oh how sweet isn't that little girl with her hands in the cardigan pockets. really cute


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:38 AM) : 

I usually dont comment here, but when I saw Claudia I thought "He -must- have instructed her to pose that way.". Continued reading, and was stunned!
Just had to say that the pictures of Claudia and Isabel really made my day brighter! Can't get much brighter now though, my niece was born today and I am indeed hoping she'll grow up to look as cute as those kids


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:40 AM) : 

Those pictures are soo precious! I love them- fun, vibrant. You definitely know how to capture and display sensitivity.
Julia Vilafortuny- bcn


Blogger jj said ... (11:48 AM) : 

I don't even have kids, but I might pick up the magazine just to see what kind of shots you get.

And the whole idea reminds me of one of my favorite photos from HelLooks: Erkki & Raimo


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:48 AM) : 

It is such a great idea!
And the wey Claudia put her's look like me when I was une petite fille...


Blogger Reinedelaseine said ... (11:54 AM) : 

Ooh, this is fantastic...I personally love the way children dress, you know, when they feel like hot stuff because of their pink sparkly gogo boots or whatever concoction they put together...By the way, I love your blog, I visit it everyday.


Blogger Jonathon Morgan said ... (11:58 AM) : 

this is SO AWESOME.



Blogger Joe said ... (12:06 PM) : 



Blogger Thao said ... (12:12 PM) : 

I love that parents are now more aware of how their personal aesthetics can affect their children. I remember being extremely conscious of my own strange, mismatched clothing as a child, and though I think confidence can be won in a variety of ways, good style is a great avenue towards self-actualization. Your children are lovely and I'm sure they are similarly enriched in many areas of thier lives!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:12 PM) : 

You are so right on so many points. I think parents are losing sight of raising their own children and focusing on their careers.
Kids are so much more stylish in and innocent way in Europe too. I think kids in the US dress like little adults. kind of distasteful to me.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:25 PM) : 

Ispired by your blog, I had this very same idea a few months ago. I was going to call mine the sartorialtot.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:33 PM) : 

are they both your daughters?
so sweet!


Blogger Resplendato said ... (12:50 PM) : 


Congratulations on your beautiful are truly blessed.


Blogger whyioughtta said ... (1:04 PM) : 

Gorgeous girls. Beautiful photos.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:49 PM) : 

I Just went on the Cookie website and saw the complete spread. Your girls are amazing! I can't wait to steal my friends' Cookie and see your work there!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:11 PM) : 

i've always had some style, but lately i've taken a much greater interest in menswear. and i credit my four-year-old daughter, who loves to help me get dressed in the morning. (she also dresses her younger brother, when given the chance.) the pure delight that she takes, for example, in men's ties, opened my eyes to a whole world that i failing to enjoy as much (and as easily) as i should.

kid style should be as much about the kids dressing themselves as it is about parents trying looks on them. both things are good, of course, but the four-year-old can combine colors and patterns in very unexpected and good ways.


Blogger jane maynard said ... (2:12 PM) : 

LOVE IT! What a great idea, and you've done a beautiful job! And it's wonderful to hear another parent take parenting seriously... it's easy to ignore your kids, even if you stay at home with them... sounds like you have your priorities straight. raising your kids is the BEST. :) the girls and pictures are awesome - good job!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:19 PM) : 

If you have your father's love from birth it becomes, unbeknownst to you, a reservoir of strength, wisdom, and support. Something so profound and nurturing that it sustains you long after your Father passes from this earthly realm. When you don't have it, you spend the rest of your life seeking a substitute. With this gift of your love,you are giving your children something that is greater then anything else you will give them. Your love shows in the smiling faces of your children. Kudos to you Sart, you're a gentleman in the truest sense of the word.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:21 PM) : 

What else you can do ????? Do you cook? hahaha
Very inspiring...your daughters are simply beautiful just like you, inspiring and fashionable!
Thanks for this gift!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:30 PM) : 

My eleven year old daughter and I are such fans of yours. She loves to see your photos: men, women, old, new, shiny, or blue. And now... fashion photos of chidren. It couldn't be more perfect. Thanks.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:47 PM) : 

this post made me SMILE :D :D :D

awesome dad, awesome girls :)


Blogger warrior of tenderness said ... (3:01 PM) : 

What spirit on those faces, those kids know they're loved! Bravo~!

However.... gotta offer a contrary bit of opinion here, mon chere... and bear in mind, I'm not suggesting by the following remarks that you do any differently than what suits you (and _good_ on you for being such an involved and loving dad)... but I just have to throw down some comment for the other view.

I think kids need total autonomy as soon as they show a preference, where clothes are concerned. And the more embarassing to parents, the better! There's nothing like the sight of perfectly turned out designer kids to make _my_ skin crawl.

Childhood is the one period we get to work our shit out, to turn a blind eye to reason or good taste. If children are conditioned from a young age to be ever so particular about their fashion sense if they want to please mum and dad, I think psychological process and the world in general will prove a far worse place than it already is. Forgive me...

I'd rather see the crap fashion sense, the sentimental wardrobe, the bazillion ways to put too much plaid on one body, rasta stripes and frou frou, all zipped up with the chaos and adventure that is life in this sensate world. If not, I fear the over-managed children depicted in these lifestyle magazines will only ever know jonesing, and all that other adult posturing that has no place in the magico-poetic turbulence of our fleeting youth...

Again, just me offering a totally 'other' point of view. And if you think for a _second_ that my remarks might be misinterpreted as criticism of you, please don't post them.

...your friend, la tang...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:02 PM) : 

Those kids are just unspeakably adorable? And that pose? I don't think I have such good fashion instincts!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:50 PM) : 

i'm very excited about your foray into sartoritot (can i start that new phrase?) and cookie mag. i had no problem believing that the poses are the childrens' own, as my own 3-yr old poses every time he see a camera with no prodding or stage direction. i love seeing the outfits that he puts together on his own, but am so sad that he will no longer allow me to dress him in anything with buttons! children are a wonderful fashion inspiration, as well as a sometimes much needed reminder not to take it all so seriously. when i was younger i considered any outfit i put together a sucess if it could make me laugh. now that i have a more respectable job and am older, it's harder to get away with that. congratulations on two winning little girls. i have always wondered: how do you manage to travel so much and stay connected with your children? it seems like that would be very hard to be pulled in two directions. hopefully they get to travel with you sometimes! kudos.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:18 PM) : 

How many ways are we supposed to love you Sartorialist?!Thanks for making my day yet again!!


Blogger Janvangogh said ... (4:21 PM) : 

I just noticed. She is wearing a scarf! Start them early. :-)


Blogger Gudl said ... (4:23 PM) : 

The girls are adorable! It is fun to dress little girls, but I am sure they have their own ideas already what to wear!! Kids that age are so much fun! I am sure you saw different dressed kids 'overthere' ("Oilily, Toff Togs, Pampolina..." these were the brands I loved to see my daughter in)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:30 PM) : 

Sartorialist, you have a good eye and a good heart. I love how your blog is not just about clothes, but also about life and the appreciation of individuals, from your kids, to your dad, to that person there walking down the street... Thanks for this post!


Blogger positively the same dame said ... (4:45 PM) : 

i love the joyful exhuberance of isabel, and claudia's coy charm. beautiful, beautiful children. out of all of your wonderful and exciting creations, these two are by far the best. thanks for giving us a peek.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:48 PM) : 

being a stay at home mom or dad is the greatest thing you can do for your children, if you have the luxury of doing so. kuddos. i hope that your travels don't keep you away from them too much.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:48 PM) : 

is it just me, or is the sart slowing taking over the (fashion) world?


PS: we're expecting a fashion line inspired by all the looks you've seen on the street soon.


Blogger Anastasia said ... (5:11 PM) : 

your girls are adorable!! gorgeous pics!! I heard about this magazine, it quite new isnt it?? not sure if they stock it here in Australia...bravo for being a stay at home dad, it is a challenge but so rewarding!


Blogger Cappuccino Girl said ... (5:22 PM) : 

The second to last photograph on that website is so incredibly beautiful. I honestly have no words. Just wow. I'm glad that's going to be shared with lots of others. Beyond striking.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:31 PM) : 

Aww. Goodness. These girls are dressed better than I am right now. Isn't it a blessing to see kids that happy? God bless them.


Blogger Nic said ... (5:38 PM) : 

Sarto, I love your blog, but I have mixed feelings on targeting kids. I suppose it stems from being ridiculed for what I wore in those lovely pre-teen years. Which was anything clean...

Anyway, I hope your pictures focus on kids' personalities instead of what's trendy/stylish for the moment. An outfit a child picks out for themselves is so much more fun for me than something their parents pick for them.


Blogger Nuvany Nice` All things Indie Fashion, Art, Giveaways support inide artists said ... (5:49 PM) : 

awww Mr. Sartorialist your girls are so cute...I'm a sahm mom of 4 and my daughter is really into dressing herself, the other day I tried to help her pick her outfit for school and I picked a pair of gauchos and she told me "mom I don't like this style" I'm like what do you know about style...but they are so intune to their surroundings they are very brilliant...she amazes me everyday with her fashion sense and it seems so effortless for her...wish it was the same for me :)...keep doing what you do, your brighten my day every single day!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:09 PM) : 


I'll bet that you love Milk Magazine as much as I do ;) All the tiny sartorialists!


Blogger FeFe said ... (6:24 PM) : 

Sart, I LOVE this new venture of yours. The photos are so beautiful and your passion for it is infectious. I work at an elementary school and can tell you that the kids who have parents visit them during lunch and play with them on the playground make such a huge impact, not only on their own kids, but those children around them. My mother has been shooting the kids at school for two years now and they are definitely natural posers. To see their personal style develop at 6 and 7 years old is more than a treat to witness. One girl, Cassey, wears her red cowGIRL boots (she made certain to correct me that they are not cowboy boots when worn by a girl) with everything. And let me tell you, it works.

Thank you for such a fabulous new contribution!


Blogger benson said ... (6:41 PM) : 

love it! thanks for sharing such a sweet time in your life xoxoxo


Blogger warrior of tenderness said ... (7:37 PM) : 

Just went to the cookie site to see the full spread...... you really are a _star_ mon chere, and I see that, indeed, we are on the same page.... only, like my hero to the end, you show me once more how to bridge my extremist kant with a play on style that isn't about the painful pin cushion. I salute you~!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:04 PM) : 

i´ve never seen such an expressive shot, pure joy, vitality, and innocence!!!
i love your blog.

i´m from argentina, and not speaking your language makes it difficult to express myself!


Blogger Luciana Malta said ... (8:15 PM) : 

here, we say something like this: fish's daughters, little fishs are.

sartorialist's daughters, little sartorialists are.

congratulations for your isabel and claudia. can´t help falling in love with them!!!


Blogger Cook said ... (9:47 PM) : 

you never cease to surprise me, Scott! seriously - who knew you were a stay at home dad. not me! those two girls are absolutely fabulous - i'm sure you think so as well.

i second the comment
Anonymous said...

I think I just fell in love with you.

10:44 AM

you're awesome! keep up the good work!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:52 PM) : 

Congrats! That sounds amazing. Will defs check out the feature right this instant. I've enjoyed your blog for some time but, dummy me, haven't commented ever. Just wanted to say I really love what you do and the heart you put into it. I'm always both inspired fashion-wise and touched emotionally by your posts, a rare delight. OMG, you must be the GREATEST dad EVER!!! Thank you:)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:57 PM) : 


hey! i´am also argentinian!


Blogger MWM said ... (11:05 PM) : 

Fantastic news about your column at Cookie mag. Exactly what they needed. I love their magazine, but their fashion sections need a boost.


Blogger lewehrman said ... (11:15 PM) : 

I have always said that children have the most style of anyone!

My nephew wore red cowboy boots with everything until they got too small. Auntie needs to buy a new pair!

Nice work Sart. It always makes me so excited to log on to your site! Keep up the great work!


Blogger Sassy Cas said ... (11:26 PM) : 

I just have to say, these pictures are so beautiful. I am so impressed that you put your children first; a role many parents refuse to take. God bless you and your sweet little girls. They have a daddy that loves them, and 20 years from now, you'll be remembered as the dad who took time to play with them at the park. I know my dad used to go puddle hopping with us and I will never forget those times and other events he made time for. Thanks again for the good work, not only in your blog, but in life as well.


Blogger ilovesecondhandsmoke said ... (11:47 PM) : 

The cutest little people EVERRR. So adorable!


Blogger ajane said ... (1:34 AM) : 

The delight & self-posession of your girls is a treat to see. How wonderful - and apt - that they were the inspiration for the Sartorialist. Thank you.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:47 AM) : 

Dear Sart,
so happy to read that post. I just became a mother to our little girl which makes me appreciate your site even more. Thank you so much for llifting up my mood on daily basis.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:57 AM) : 

It actually kind of makes me sad to think of the unfortunate children who are born not 'perfect' and don't 'pull off' style and fashion so well.

Fashion is such a spice to life that sometimes we forget how lucky we are to even have that chance to experience it.

But hey, during this wonderful journey, maybe sartorialist can sometimes show us how even the less fortunate might incorporate style as a force of good that makes us rethink it from being something superfluous to being something beautiful and life-affirming.

Because, in the end, isn't style...just a __________ to the life we've been given?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:11 AM) : 

Marry me? :-)

No, but seriously, your kids are too cute for words. I've always been an anti-kid person myself, but your pics .. shock, horror ... actually made me kind of broody! If I start dropping babies all over the place, I'll know who to blame! [So will my husband, who is definitely not ready to be a Dad, let alone a stay-at-home-dad.]

Keep up the good work :-)


Blogger designerman said ... (3:36 AM) : 

Your daughters are lovely - and it seems 2 very different personalities.

I've spent a lot of time in Europe and always loved how traditional the kids looked. I'd see them in the parks in their little leather mary janes, wool double breasted coats and flannel shorts and think that it was like something from another time - which it is.

Now that I am a parent to an amazing 9 year old, I can give you a heads up and tell you that there is about a 3 year window of opportunity to get kids to wear what you want them to wear. Move quickly, because before you know it the bon point plaid jumper will be stuffed in the back of the closet forever.


Blogger Blue Floppy Hat said ... (5:57 AM) : 

I didn't know you were a dad! It's easy to see your influence on them and vice versa- and I mean that in the good way. This blog has loads of pictures of lovely girls, but your two are the loveliest I've seen on here.


Blogger Blue Floppy Hat said ... (6:02 AM) : 

And congratulations to you, too, for being a dad they can be right proud of- it's truly touching that you chose to share this with us, so maybe in a way it's Isabel and Claudia we have to thank for this amazing corner of cyberspace.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:10 AM) : 

These are beautiful, made me smile. "I can take on the world" and "I'll wrap it around my finger". Lucky, lucky girls. And congrats to the father.


Blogger Maria said ... (7:33 AM) : 

Oh god I love the children! Amazing really :)


Blogger Maisie100 said ... (7:33 AM) : 

How we love you, Scott! My husband and I don't plan on having children but we do adore them for all they bring to the world. Your photos exude such love and warmth. Thank you! I agree, Cookie magazine is one of the best publications out there- everyone should pick it up, parent or not.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:20 AM) : 

Adorable children! Look at Claudia, she's just perfect with the sun and the pose! Those kind of things make you the best ''look hunter'' in the world. There's a story and a meaning underneath every pictures. And getting kids on pictures is a awesome idea!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:25 AM) : 

I love the cookie pictures and comments. I love the second outfit especially. You have this special ability to capture a person's spirit (just take a look at pic 1). Thanks. This is the only blog i visit consistently because it always brings a smile to my face. Thank you.


Blogger positive_negative said ... (1:34 PM) : 

That's soo great, really. I can't wait to see more. Thanks.

I've always wanted to have kids but given that I'm a designer and the insane amount of hours I usually work, I put it out of my mind because I didn't think you could do both- make money and make your kids happy. It's nice to see you doing that and I realize that I just need to be more creative in how I conduct business now. Wish me luck.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:03 PM) : 

You're amazing, I love you!!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:33 PM) : 

Awww... anytime i see a kid grinning up at me in the supermarket lineup, or on my daily commute, i can't help but grin. nice to see that you'll be sharing these munchkins' smiles with us!


Blogger Lady Matchmaker said ... (6:43 PM) : 

I can remember when Cookie was first coming out. "This seems cool! I'm going to have to check it out." was my first imply to the magazine, although in the end, I always would pass it by for my usual periodical purchases of Vogue.

Hearing this makes my skin prickle with delight. My visits to The Sartorialist are almost daily, if I'm not "away from keyboard". I love what you do and "people-watching" to see how other people see the world through their eyes. This speaks very true for our youth. It's refreshing, inspiring, and fun...just like the sartorialist itself.

That said, I'm giving Cookie a second chance! [;


Blogger Q said ... (6:48 PM) : 

Bravo, Sart! I now not only applaud you for your photography talents, but for your parental priorities as well.

Your daughter is going to be a model someday, with that kind of fierceness at such a young age! A D O R A B L E.


Blogger Sarah M. said ... (7:10 PM) : 


I have a long way to go until I have children, but this post made me really want to. Not just so I can become a personal stylist to one more person, but tecahing style is another way a parent can give to a child. I just wish my parents didn't make me have to figure everything out the hard way.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:23 PM) : 

You are definitively GREAT ! Your story as a dad @ home was VERY interesting and give me some confidence as i stay @ home sometimes too. I'm sure we made the right choice…
Sarto Power !


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:41 PM) : 

This is arguably my favourite post from you.

Your girls are gorgeous.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:43 PM) : 

Your kids are gorgeous and are great fashionistas too! From the stay-at-home mom who watches The Backyardigans everyday, great job!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:03 AM) : 


I love your blog but have never posted a comment. I had no idea you were a father and I love that you are doing this as I just had my 3rd baby. It's so fun to see happy kids looking adorable and you are doing a fantastic job. Keep it up!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:54 AM) : 

good for you! i wish my parents were as stylish and hip as you when i was young, her outfit is adorable


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:00 AM) : 

ur daughter has my name (claudia) luv it! just wondering but are there no ads on your page by choice (if so i tip my hat to you, not that makin the cheddar is a bad thing) or just because there are no offers?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:07 AM) : 

lovin' it! :)


Blogger Jocke said ... (7:51 AM) : 

Absolutely, Absolutely amazing and adorable. Especially the pic with the cableknit cardigan and red tennis shoes.
Just perfect.


Blogger Milena Jesenska said ... (9:52 AM) : 

Oh you pretty things!


Blogger Elle said ... (12:16 PM) : 

haha, your daughter was just like me at that age...poses and all!


Blogger 'signorina' said ... (6:53 PM) : 

Claudia's pose is beyond cute - and not a "pose", as such, because it looks so natural!

What a great outfit! I wonder if they make it in my size, too...


Blogger mareGa said ... (7:19 PM) : 

Both of your girls are adorable indeed!. Love Claudia's pose.


Blogger Model Citzen said ... (10:03 PM) : 

my favorite post. EVER. your daughter 's radiance just shines!


Blogger London Loves said ... (4:56 PM) : 

Probably you won't get to read my comment after all the comments you get daily, but I just wanted to say thank you for your words. Your work speaks by itself, but this post was very refreshing to me. It gave me the idea that what we really want can be accomplish if we only put our passion on it. It was very important to me to discover the way you see the world and how your project began, maybe because now I'm on a stand-by situation trying to make my own project about fashion. You opened up my eyes and gave me the strength to keep working for my dreams.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:11 PM) : 

Bless. They're so cute!


Blogger Stratos Bacalis said ... (8:39 AM) : 

Your photos at Cookie are amazing! Some of the best children photos I have ever seen, up there with Arhtur Elgort's photos of his children! And your daughters are really taking after their dad's taste! Plus they're so adorable!


Blogger EMNH said ... (6:15 PM) : 

Congratulations once again Scott Schuman!!! Isabel and Claudia are wonderful!

You're in all the right places at the right time...I'm waiting for you to get a page in wouldn't THAT be something....Sartorial Chefs.


Blogger in defense of retail therapy said ... (8:14 AM) : 

this is superb. we love the way kids dress here, but most people don't allow us (understandably) to let us photograph them just on the street in london. am glad your eye is capturing style below the knees....


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:38 PM) : 

I love that little girl, check her pose out....


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:33 AM) : 

I'm so glad I found you. I subscribe to Cookie and just received the magazine in the mail but have not opened it. That will be the first thing I do after I write this. I love your site and look forward to fashion suggestion to dress my baby, Madamoiselle.


Blogger earlysnowdrop said ... (9:43 AM) : 

Awesome. You must be having the time of your life.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:05 PM) : 

Claudia looks like a charmer!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:14 PM) : 

Oh my god, this is so cute, I can't even stand it.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:45 PM) : 

The smile on her face is brightens everything up. The red of her outfit, the winter light.
and the pose thing - I was born with that too.. ^_^


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:54 AM) : 

Thats 1 fearce baby! Work it girly!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:30 AM) : 

I am actually inspired by this little girl in red, its so refreshing to see children dressed this way. LOVE her outfit! and pose, as well :)


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