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Slaves to Fashion

Black Dandyism and the Styling of Black Diasporic Identity
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Current format, Book, 2009, Available .
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Slaves to Fashion is a pioneering cultural history of the black dandy, from his emergence in Enlightenment England to his contemporary incarnations in the cosmopolitan art worlds of London and New York. It is populated by sartorial impresarios such as Julius Soubise, a freed slave who sometimes wore diamond-buckled,…

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