Few things, though, beats Arthur's claim that he himself has popularized the fedora again. It's like he does not even realize Justin Timberlake helped make it popular a few years back, nor that Timberlake actually looks stylish in them. He's not walking around in a cheap floppy, poorly formed hat from some cheap mall store and pairing it with a t-shirt that says "I'm here to lay pipe." The fedora has been a popular fashion item for men for at least three years now. They were never meant to be worn with juvenile slogan t-shirts that only a 10 year old would wear.
For Arthur Kade to claim that he is "fashion forward" or that he is a "trendsetter" is like a mime saying they invented muteness.
Behold, Arthur's latest post:
One of my fans sent me a picture on Facebook that shows that everyone in “The Biz” is copying the trend that I have brought back back in terms of using the fedora as an accessory, and going casual with T shirt and jeans when your out. My look is so unique and distinct (Casting Directors always look me and down when they see me, and I can imagine them saying, “This guy just gets it”) , and I can’t wait until other celebrities start trying to rip it off, because that is when I will make another amazing one happen and continue my trend of being one of the most Fashion forward celebs out there. I’m on my way to NYC for my call back audition, so I am preparing with the sides on The Bolt, and plan to hit them with all of my passion and heart to try and win this part, “Kade Style”, and get this thing network ready so that I can win my first Emmy with groundbreaking, dynamic TV.
Here are three of the most “Smokin Hot” guys (Dane Cook, Jeremy Piven who is a fan of “The Journey”, and the Immortal Kid Rock) in “The Biz” jamming the Kade Look in Vegas: