Issue 87 Jun-July2016

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After many long, painstaking years, the Chap secured an audience with glamorous sixties icon Fenella Fielding, who gave Atters permission to smoke during their interview. We looked at Chappish spectacles, gardening wear, the Chore Jacket, and offered a full Peaky Blinders kit in our competition. Sunday Swift delved into the dandyism of Marlene Dietrich, while Vic Darkwood advised on Art Exhibition private view etiquette. Liam Jefferies took a bold look at acceptable plimsolls for Chaps (there were only three), while Steve Pittard examined the cricketing career of the Duke of Edinburgh. The career of Sir Alan Whicker was reviewed via a brand-new box set of his television work.

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After many long, painstaking years, the Chap secured an audience with glamorous sixties icon Fenella Fielding, who gave Atters permission to smoke during their interview. We looked at Chappish spectacles, gardening wear, the Chore Jacket, and offered a full Peaky Blinders kit in our competition. Sunday Swift delved into the dandyism of Marlene Dietrich, while Vic Darkwood advised on Art Exhibition private view etiquette. Liam Jefferies took a bold look at acceptable plimsolls for Chaps (there were only three), while Steve Pittard examined the cricketing career of the Duke of Edinburgh. The career of Sir Alan Whicker was reviewed via a brand-new box set of his television work.

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