When she was walking in Brooklyn she met a big dog, Max. He is living in Brooklyn with his grandmother. His taste is grandma’s good boy style. “ How can I look like a grown up boy?” Max asked her. “Change your style!” Fashionista Cat said.
He shows her his closet. This is grandpa’s 1960’s vintage show room. Some things are good, some not so good. They decide to keep simple clothes and get rid of things with too much vintage style. “ I can’t get rid of them!! This is grandpa’s!! It’s a sentimental issue.” Max said. Yes, I know you have great memories with him, but his memory will never go away. Old clothes, you have to get rid of it. Fashionista Cat is wearing Devi Kroell.
Max is stubborn but he has to let it go. All vintage clothes have to go to thrift stores. “ I feel much better that I can donate those clothes instead of throwing them out. ” Max said. They decide to go out and find his new style. Fashionista Cat is wearing Isabel Marant.
Max needs a basic but modern style. Small cuff shirts and slim fit jeans are all he needs now. “ Now I feel like I fit in the city. I don’t need to look back on old memories. Now I can feel the moment.” Max realized. Banana Republic has perfect big and tall sizes for him. Fashionista Cat is wearing Costume National.
The final step is to say goodbye to the red scarf that he is always wearing. That was grandma’s idea when he was a baby so it would be easy to find him but since he is NOT a baby anymore he doesn’t need it. “ It is so hard to say goodbye, but I can do it.” Max said. Grandma is making a congratulations cheesecake for them. Fashionista Cat is wearing Balenciaga.
When you get old, things are so difficult to change. Max is still young so changing is definitely worth it. They enjoy grandma’s cheesecake. Fashionista Cat is wearing VPL. Max is wearing Gap pants and polo shirts.