Are all about something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be all about (oneself, someone or something) (redirected from are all about something)
be all about (oneself, someone or something)
To be solely focused on oneself, someone, or something. She's all about herself these days, so I doubt she even heard a word you said. This documentary is all about the fashion industry.
be all about somebody/something (informal) used to describe the subject or purpose of something: This book is all about Greece. ♢ Now then, what’s this all about (= what is the problem)? ♢ It’s all about money these days.