We don’t normally seek fashion advice from a toddler. But because his father, Jon Gray, is the stylish general manager and vice president of the Linq project, and his mother, Ruth, is the reigning Mrs. Nevada, Nash Gray is an exception to the rule.
How do you prefer to shop for clothes—online or in person?
I prefer to go in-store; I like to make sure everything fits. As you can imagine, I may be a 2T today and in a few months I can rock a 3T. … I need to try everything on.
If you bring someone along, who is the usual suspect?
My old man is a pretty fashionable guy so I like having him around, but mom usually comes along, as I want to make sure I’m wearing something the ladies will appreciate.
How would you describe your personal style?
Eclectic and unafraid. I’ll rock purple pants, neon chucks, bow ties—I’m all over the place. … If I like it, I wear it.
Who’s your shopping/style guru?
My dad. He has a classic style that I always want to maintain but he’s not afraid to push the limits. He inspires me to try stuff others wouldn’t.
What fashion rule should never be broken?
Bibs are for the dinner table only. Never, EVER, get lazy and walk around with a bib around your neck in public.
What’s at the top of your must-have hit list right now?
A Tom Ford smoking jacket. As soon as I can fit into one of those, I’m getting one.
Favorite place to shop?
I love Kitson, if only we had one in Vegas …