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The Chap issue 91
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The 91st edition of The Chap adds a sprinkle of rock ‘n’ roll to its pages.

  • Interview: Gustav Temple meets rockabilly drummer Slim Jim Phantom
  • Mr. Erbil: radical Chappism in war-torn Kurdish Iraq
  • Brief Encounters: a discreet peek into gentlemen’s undergarments
  • A History of Politics in 50 Objects: The Soap Box, the Mace and the Woolsack
  • The Oxford Shoe: practical usage and purchase possibilities
  • Chap Behind Bars: our man on the inside reports from gaol
  • Newton Ferris’s Day Off: a literary saunter in search of writers’ dress codes
  • Tom Cutler presents two hirsute lateral thinking puzzles
  • Steve Pittard on cricketing prime ministers
  • Literary Reviews: Wake Up, Sir! and Dead Man’s Blues
  • Woolly Jumpers: the Shetland Sweater
  • Queen of Chapettes: the delightful Ava Blossom
  • Laszlo Krass presents part two of an audacious art heist in Rome
  • Situationism for Chaps: Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer on this oft-misunderstood movement
  • Film: the re-release of Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas
  • Harry Bensley: the Man in the Iron Mask
  • The Lip Weasel: Michael “Atters” Attree rounds up hirsute beauties and beasts
  • Mr. Bell the Butler advises on smoking jackets and tweed allergies
  • Plus: Am I Chap?, Parisian perfume, Donald Trump’s necktie

The Chap takes a wry look at the modern world through the steamed-up monocle of a more refined age, occasionally getting its sock suspenders into a twist at the unspeakable vulgarity of the twenty-first century.

Since 1999, the Chap has been championing the rights of that increasingly marginalised and discredited species of Englishman - the gentleman. The Chap believes that a society without courteous behaviour and proper headwear is a society on the brink of moral and sartorial collapse, and it seeks to reinstate such outmoded but indispensable gestures as hat doffing, giving up one's seat to a lady and regularly using a trouser press.

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The Chap issue 91

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