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David Bowie

Cynthia Rose, City Limits, 3 June 1983

In the days of Beau Brummell or even Baudelaire, to be a dandy was to be a true social outlaw – one whose fixed individuality constituted an unwavering sign of separation from society. Society, if it chose, had to come to them – and if it didn't so choose, then that was that.

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