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The vibrant African fashion of "Black Panther" was on display at multiplexes around the country Thursday as moviegoers flocked to the first showings of Marvel's latest superhero blockbuster in traditional African shirts, dresses, head wraps and more.In the nearly 10 years since Marvel's "Iron Man" sparked sprawling film superhero universes, there have been plenty of chances for fans to wear clothes that pay homage to favorites such as Spider-Man, Batman, the Hulk and more.But "Black Panther" has sparked something different – an opportunity for black moviegoers to watch a superhero who not only looks like them, but introduces a different view of Africa than has traditionally been seen at theaters. Gainey said he wanted something fashionable that fit the film, but he also wanted to stay warm.
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