Despite temps being in the 80s, the 42-year-old retired soccer pro looked ready for fall in a chambray shirt, white tee, dark denim and yellow wool cap, while Brooklyn channeled pure '90s grunge in a flannel button-down, Soundgarden T-shirt, ripped black denim and Doc Martens.
Both of Brooklyn's parents have gotten adorably emotional about him leaving the nest. While in the Big Apple, David snagged a selfie with his son, writing on Instagram, "Exciting times and hard work coming for this little man ... Proud of you bust ❤️."
Already accomplished at his craft, Brooklyn will continue to study photography at Parsons. During an exclusive interview with ET earlier this month, he shared, "I'm really excited. Photography is [it], that's what I really want to do."
To no one's surprise, New York City is already looking good on him!