Moziah Bridges began designing and making his own bow ties when he was just 9 because, as he says, "I really was a young, dapper man and I couldn’t find any other bow ties that I really liked." So he started his own business that really took off, and now the precocious 11-year-old is melting hearts with his success story.

"It's me, I'm starting young and that's all that matters. Plus I'm handsome," Bridges recently told Fox News about becoming an entrepreneur at such a young age after he was taught how to sew by his "lovely grandma" when he was just 9.

Since creating his line of Mo's Bows, he's raked in $30,000 in sales through his Etsy store and various boutiques in the South. He's been profiled by Forbes and in Oprah's magazine and was featured on the Steve Harvey show. And it's easy to see why he's getting so much press. He's the cutest!

And he's already giving back.

I made this bow tie called the Go Mo! Scholarship Bow Tie and 100 percent of the proceeds go to help kids go to summer camp because I feel like it’s good to help the community and that’s what I’m doing.

The 11-Year-Old Fashion Entrepreneur Behind 'Mo's Bows' [Forbes]