Your Memory's Museum
Your Memory's Museum

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motherfuck dapper dan’s I’m a gun clappa fan plus I run rappers stand

motherfuck dapper dan’s I’m a gun clappa fan plus I run rappers stand

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ROB BASE x DAPPER DAN

ROB BASE x DAPPER DAN

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UPTOWN HAUTE COUTURE
(via dapperdanofharlem)

UPTOWN HAUTE COUTURE

(via dapperdanofharlem)

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Gold Chain Kane

Gold Chain Kane

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HARD.AS.HELL

HARD.AS.HELL

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HARLEM CHIC: How a hip-hop legend remixed name-brand fashion. (via @NewYorker)
Written by Kelefa Sanneh over the course of the several months since the launch of dapperdanofharlem.com, the profile is the most in-depth look thus far into the life story of one of the most influential, yet mysterious figures in fashion. With insight from June Ambrose, Mike Tyson, Pharrell, Harlem’s AZ, and more, the seven page spread chronicles the fashion innovator’s life growing up in Harlem, his activity in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, as well as the inner workings of his 24 hour boutique, and where he’s been for the last twenty years.
BONUS: OUT LOUD: FASHIONABLY BRANDED
A podcast discussion between Kelefa and and Leo Carey, who is an editor at The New Yorker, on Dapper Dan’s legacy. That’s available right now on SoundCloud.

HARLEM CHIC: How a hip-hop legend remixed name-brand fashion. (via @NewYorker)

Written by Kelefa Sanneh over the course of the several months since the launch of dapperdanofharlem.com, the profile is the most in-depth look thus far into the life story of one of the most influential, yet mysterious figures in fashion. With insight from June Ambrose, Mike Tyson, Pharrell, Harlem’s AZ, and more, the seven page spread chronicles the fashion innovator’s life growing up in Harlem, his activity in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, as well as the inner workings of his 24 hour boutique, and where he’s been for the last twenty years.

BONUS: OUT LOUD: FASHIONABLY BRANDED

podcast discussion between Kelefa and and Leo Carey, who is an editor at The New Yorker, on Dapper Dan’s legacy. That’s available right now on SoundCloud.

(Source: blog.dapperdanofharlem.com)

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Dapper Dan’s Designs (via @NewYorker)

In this week’s issue of the magazine, Kelefa Sanneh writes about Dapper Dan, a designer who co-opted luxury-brand logos out of his Harlem boutique, creating one-of-a-kind outfits for hip-hop artists, rappers, and gangsters in the eighties. The photographers of the day, like Janette Beckman, Glen E. Friedman, Paul Natkin, and Ernie Paniccioli, captured Dapper Dan’s custom outfits.

Dapper Dan’s Designs (via @NewYorker)

In this week’s issue of the magazine, Kelefa Sanneh writes about Dapper Dan, a designer who co-opted luxury-brand logos out of his Harlem boutique, creating one-of-a-kind outfits for hip-hop artists, rappers, and gangsters in the eighties. The photographers of the day, like Janette Beckman, Glen E. Friedman, Paul Natkin, and Ernie Paniccioli, captured Dapper Dan’s custom outfits.