men's fashion


The Charlotte News, North Carolina, May 14, 1922

He is stage struck and makes the lounge lizards seem hard working business men by comparison.

The he-flapper runs to:

Long sometimes jeweled cigarette holders.
Sports shirts with string ties.
Purple velour hats.
Absinthe and vermouth at Regent-street cafes.
White colored scarves about the waist instead of “braces” or a belt.

The pest is most prevalent in London’s West End, but out in the suburbs the police unearthed a sort of training school for he-flappers. Headquarters of a band of boys, sword to secrecy, and pledged to perform one “exotic” deed a day was raided and some sound spankings administered.