Pax Jolie-Pitt does not look like a happy camper in this picture. Maybe because he just found out his parents, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, are spending $17,500 a month on their new home in Hungary instead of blowing it on toys for him and his five brothers and sisters?
The couple is said to have settled in a 11,200-square-foot house in the Szépvölgy neighborhood of the Buda Hills. But by the looks of Pax's picture, at least the family is prepared for the cold Eastern European winters.
The 6-year-old Pax was spotted out in the family's new hometown of Budapest in a classic peacoat made by Appaman ($91.90), an American company with Norwegian roots.
Made of 60 percent wool, 40 percent viscose shell (with a 100 percent polyester quilted lining for extra comfort), the coat is heavy enough for treks to Lycée Français Gustave Eiffel Budapest, the four eldest Jolie-Pitt kids' school in Budapest.
That's enough to make any mom happy. But a closer look at the coat shows what makes most kids bananas about the Appaman clothing line:
See that patch on the shoulder? That's the Appaman logo, a cute monkey who gave the company its name. Owner Harald Husum had a corduroy ape toy as a boy, which gave his company a mascot. And Pax has got something in common with the clothing designer and salesman: with his own little toy monkey in hands, the second oldest of the Jolie-Pitt clan is obviously a bit of a fan.
There is one downside if your kids are particularly monkey-like. This coat is dry clean only. So you'll need a back-up to keep their backside warm while it's at the cleaners. How about one of these coats?
Images via 72 and Sunny; Axl's Closet