Brooklyn - Brooklyn Beckham, whose name has been climbing the popularity charts since he was born in 1999. All the Brooklyns I know are all girls.
Ray - Ray Charles and the hip Ray-Ban sunglasses make this name very cool for any little boy.
Holden - It's origin is English, meaning deep valley.
Iver - the Nordic name Iver (pronounced AYV-er) is an unusual name thats classic-sounding but original.
Allen - Try the French Alain if Allen is too typical.
Lennon - Lennon hops on the last-names-as-first-names craze while still sounding artsy-cool.
Orson - Maybe a baby named in honor of film director, screenwriter, and actor Orson Welles, will spare you the cartoons and just watch stark, black-and-white films with baby like Citizen Kane.
Atticus - Since we are talking about movies, why not name your baby after the unforgettable Atticus Finch, the fatherly hero and lawyer in the classic To Kill a Mockingbird?
Thelonious - you might find this name cemented in hipsterdom by jazz musician Thelonious Monk.
Jasper - Grab some inspiration from modern artist Jasper Johns, but another artsy name idea? Jackson, for splatter-paint legend Jackson Pollock.
London - A name with overseas allure that has somewhat more cred than Paris (thank the Hilton family for that).
Wren - it is a type of bird.
Matilda - Just pretend you werent actually inspired by Michelle Williams daughter, who has the same name.
Tallulah - This Native American name for wide-open prairies and simple living, yet it's ironic cool for the always-plugged-in family who hasnt been out of range of a Starbucks in years.
Margot - Your Baby Margot will have two ultra-hip namesakes to live up to: Wes Andersons effortlessly cool Margot Tenenbaum and Margaux Hemingway.
Clementine - This is a stylish name that celebs like Claudia Schiffer and Ethan Hawke have chosen for their daughters.
Zooey - This name isnt quite so original now that the cute, quirky actress Zooey Deschanel has made her mark.
Seraphina - This name was totally off the charts when Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner named their daughter this in 2009, but just tell your friends that you don't read People magazine.
Florence - This name could serve as a souvenir from a trip to the Italian city or for singer Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine.
Alice - There are some solid Alices out there your baby Alice can join: Canadian writer Alice Munro and the classic character in Alice in Wonderland, for starters.