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4.30.2012

Dandy Lion...

  To further celebrate the "Dandy Lion: Articulating a Re(De)fined Black Masculine Identity" exhibit at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore,  on Saturday, they hosted, 
"Dandy Day: A Celebration of Dandyism"
Curator Shantrelle P. Lewis took museum-goers on a gallery walk of the exhibit, and contributors to the exhibit were on hand to explain the inspiration behind their offerings.  In addition, DJ Jahsonic was on the 1s and 2s playing great music, while Planet Maud Vintage & Co. hosted vintage ware-sellers. Both the exhibit and the shopping was great. If you are in Baltimore before May 13th, be sure to check the exhibit out before it leaves.
Jamala Johns, contributor to exhibit, and founder of le coil, the best natural hair tumblr ever





Great look and personality; green lipstick, I mean...what more can I say?!

A woman after my own heart with those adinkra symbol tattoos and close cropped hair


Princess


Joann, owner of Planet Maud Vintage & co, and friend


A serious shopper

I was obsessed with her side-swept bang, side pony, fallen topknot, etc., hair.  Who says locs aren't versatile?

Nicole, Jessica, and Allyse of Sweet Repeats Boutique
Photo from exhibit 
Lawtoinette

Miss Carmen

Jenna, of Fashion Dolls Noir 
K

Andrea, of Fly 


Hadiya, owner of Zulu Gypsy, the best vintage accessories around

4 comments:

  1. I WISH I COULD HAVE MADE THIS.... IT LOOKS NICE

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  2. What a blog...This is amazing. I love natural hair and fabulous people. Everyone looks amazing. Everyone looks beautiful! Great great blog. Im up in california and can never find people with dreds like me :( wah...lol!

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  3. Simply beautiful! I love seeing my sisters looking goregous and fierce! Our people have so much style & grace! Love it!!!!

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