Black Dandyism Is Back, and It’s Both Oppositional Fashion and Therapy at Once
Shantrelle P. Lewis

Very interesting and enlightening — thank you for writing.

One question, if you have a moment. You started your piece by qualifying that you appreciate a dandy man as a cis-het black woman. What is the historical/societal context for a similar appreciation from white women and the potential fear thereof from the white (male) community, if any?

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