Tuesday, 1 April 2014

"It's not the cost of the suit that counts, but the worth of the man inside it."

The story of Les Sapeurs, or The Dandies of The Congo.

A dandy is a man who places extreme importance on physical appearance and refined language. It is very possible that dandies have existed for as long as time itself. According to Charles Baudelaire, 19th century French poet and dandy himself, a dandy can also be described as someone who elevates aesthetics to a religion.