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The Chap was founded in 1999 and is the longest-serving British magazine dedicated to the gentlemanly way of life, with its own quirky, satirical take on a style that has recently entered the mainstream.
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Michael Boxser

“May I ask your humble advice?” writes Michael Boxser. “I have a party to attend in Shropshire and the Dress code is 1920s/1930s. As I am from Chicago, and of course, our heyday was the days of Al Capone, Hymie Weiss, and James “Big Jim” Colosino, I would love your opinion as to whether I … Keep Reading

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Alexander Fiske-Harrison

“I enclose a picture of my friend Alexander Fiske-Harrison during this year’s Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain,” writes George Pendle. “Wishing to avoid the ire of the natives, he wears the traditional uniform of white trousers, white shirt and a red neckerchief but he has also donned a striped athletics blazer won on … Keep Reading

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Am I Chap?

French Tweed

“This was taken at a friend’s wedding last year. I’m allergic to wine so I drank gin throughout. The suit is one I had made especially for the wedding; the shoes are brogues hand made in England and I can assure you that there are some button-on braces there too. I’m the one on the … Keep Reading

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Vinnicent Jones

This fellow, who happens to hail from New Zealand, probably thinks he is terribly louche and debonair in a smoking jacket. He is, in fact, wearing a dressing gown and strikes the sort of pose one would expect from Mr. Vinnicent Jones while relaxing on the set of one of his appalling motion pictures. … Keep Reading

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Richard Pye

Richard Pye’s accompanying missive read: “I submit this picture of my self relaxing at home over Christmas. Am I a Chap?” Without getting too spiritual, a picture of your “self” would hopefully not contain an unnecessary (and unattractive) plastic pipe and a cravat that is the wrong size for you. And it you are “relaxing … Keep Reading

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Am I Chap?

Philip John

“Is my acquaintance, Philip John, chap or not?” asks Nick Brickett. One could equally pose the question: if a perfectly ordinary-looking man who hasn’t shaved for a week places a stethoscope around his neck, does that make him a doctor? … Keep Reading

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Blazer and Slacks

Everything about this creepy man is horrific, from the way he stores his things in plastic boxes to the way he has thrown a half eaten apple on the floor. Living with him must be a combination of utter tedium and constant static electric shocks from his synthetic soft furnishings and his clothes. … Keep Reading

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The Siege of Savile Row

On the morning of St George’s Day, April 23rd, swathes of immaculately dressed chaps and chapettes gathered outside No. 3 Savile Row to demonstrate peacefully – but firmly – against Abercrombie & Fitch’s proposed plans to open a children’s store there. The protest began in earnest at 10:15am, when chumrades in arms marched around the … Keep Reading

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The Chap Launches Petition to Save Savile Row

In response to the appalling news about Abercrombie & Fitch proposing to open a children’s store on Savile Row, The Chap has decided to take a stand. We have created a Petition, targeted at Wesminster Council, which we will present to them when enough signatures have been collected. We urge you to sign – it … Keep Reading

Abercrombie
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Savile Row Threatened by Invasion of the Hoodie Snatchers

Abercrombie & Fitch has lodged plans with Westminster Council to open a children’s store on Savile Row. With its flagship store currently situated at Burlington Gardens, the American retailer – which manufactures casual wear (including hoodies) for youths – is determined to plant its off-shoot brand Abercrombie Kids around the corner “in plain, spoilt-brat view” … Keep Reading

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Olympic Sporstmen Warned Against Shaking Hands

British athletes have been warned against shaking hands with rivals and dignitaries at the London Olympics. The British Olympic Association (BOA) is concerned about illness damaging the host nation’s chances of success. “The greatest threat to performance is illness and possibly injury,” said BOA chief medical officer Ian McCurdie. “We are talking about minimising risk … Keep Reading

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Burlesque Star Seeks Single Chap

Here at the Chap, we like to keep our monocled eyes peeled and our remarkably shapely ears open for unusual opportunities that might just change a chap’s life. And this is one of those rare and potentially frisky opportunities. This Wednesday, 22nd February, marks the launch of a vintage dating service called The Old Fashioned … Keep Reading

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