New York fashion icon Dapper Dan is going to have a face-to-face with the CEO of Gucci. The veteran designer has stepped forward to share his feelings toward the company’s controversial blackface apparel.

Dan went to Instagram Sunday (February 10) to reveal what’s getting ready to go down.

Over the past few decades, Dan has built a name for himself globally with his roots in Harlem.

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@omarihardwickofficial. #Harlem 📸: @illsurge

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@lala x @dapperdanharlem. @gucci. #Harlem 📸: @robertector

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In the meantime, rappers like T.I. and Waka Flocka Flame have encouraged people to start looking into black-owned fashion choices.

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Served Fresh Fashion with a Message @servedfresh #BlackOwned

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Heading into the weekend, hip-hop artists Soulja Boy and Safaree Samuels officially announced they are boycotting Gucci.

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