The Dandy is basically a modern hipster: he's very concerned with his appearance; he enjoys nice stuff; he's intelligent - or at least talks that way. As a man about town, he is particularly in the know. But despite his air of superiority, The Dandy is, at his core, sensitive and artsy. He often considers various academic or artistic pursuits, but his lack of ambition impedes follow-through - so he is ultimately a dabbler in criticism. His self-awareness and idle, decadent lifestyle are best reflected in not only the most elaborate dress, but the most affected pose.
Hipster Dog amassed fame and fortune on the Internet as the anthropomorphic representation of hipsterdom.
As a martini connoisseur, a smoker, and a struggling writer (like Oscar Wilde if you're familiar with underground literature), Brian Griffin from Family Guy has a typical Dandy personality.
Stripes and a weird, mischievous grin, all the while engaging in semantically nonsensical conversations with Alice. It's a lot like being at a coffee shop in Austin.
Snowball II is a black cat but named snowball. The obvious irony here is the benchmark of Dandyism.