The 83rd edition of The Chap comes mysteriously bemasked
We meet masked wrestler of TV wrestling’s heyday Kendo Nagasaki, who informs Atters what is behind the mask today.
Vic Darkwood, co-founder of the Chap Magazine, examines the Semiotics of Falling Over.
Laszlo Krass, reporting from Berlin, uncovers a plot to steal the Castafiore Emerald from the Orient Express. Elsewhere, we examine the Barbour Waxed Jacket in great detail, and meet Britain’s foremost expert in the vintage variety; a new film biography of Leslie Howard is reviewed; Patricia Hammond on the Swells of Britain’s music halls; Tom Cutler on the gentlemanly art of procrastination; our latest King of Chaps, all the way from Berlin, is crowned; Chap Kit on the gentle art of wearing a trilby; The Hollywood Cricket Club and the discovery of Beau Brummell’s tomb in Caen by Gustav Temple.
All this, plus usual regulars the Butler, the Lip Weasel and Am I Chap?