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Sapeur (member of the Society for the Advancement of Elegant People) D.R. Congo

Sapeur (member of the Society for the Advancement of Elegant People) Democratic Republic of The Congo

Making fashion a religion, Congolese dandies have created a subculture that considers the possession of status symbols the pinnacle of success. Known locally as Sapeurs, men of all ages flaunt desi…

Photo Gallery: Congolese Dandies Make Fashion a Religion

Congolese capital Brazzaville has a subculture known as Sapeurs. This is a society of elegant people. Men of all ages dress up in designer c.

Artist/Rebel/Dandy: Men of Fashion Exhibition at the RISD Museum

Severin Mouyengo, who has been a sapeur since the poses in the entrance of his family house in the Bacongo neighborhood. Sandals on the ground are from his family members.

Gentlemen Of Bacongo: The Dandies Of Sub-Saharan Africa

Gentlemen Of Bacongo: The Dandies Of Sub-Saharan Africa

In the sprawling Congo suburb of Bacongo, the gentlemen of the Society for the Advancement of People of Elegance – the Sape, or 'Sapeurs’ – cut quite a dash amid their poverty-stricken surroundings.

男のファッションの意義は、コンゴ共和国のサプールに学べ! | ギャザリー

男のファッションの意義は、コンゴ共和国のサプールに学べ! | ギャザリー

Gentlemen of Bacongo by Daniele Tamagni – winner of the 2010 Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography for Applied Fashion Photography

Los dandis del Congo

daniele tamagni, gentlemen of bacongo, stlye, arteco gallery, global style battles

男のファッションの意義は、コンゴ共和国のサプールに学べ! | ギャザリー

They're the stars of a new Guinness campaign and are devoted to dressing like gentlemen. Stephen Doig introduces the Sapeurs, a curious sartorial society in the Republic of Congo

La Sape of Congo

Sapeur AOC From Radcliffe Roye’s “Sapologie” series shot in Brazzaville

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