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Dashing Tweeds

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Dashing Tweeds make fabulous, flamboyant tweeds that fuse great British workmanship with innovative design and dandiacal flair. Neil Ridley and Horatio Scotney-Le Cheyne donned a selection of them to tackle a typical working day in the city All fabrics by Dashing Tweeds Individual items made by: Cycling Wear: Ready-to-wear cycle cape, cycle trousers and waistcoat, all in the Cyclist fabric. Scooter Coat by Russell at Graham Browne (also available as ready-to-wear) in the Urban Check fabric. Outside the Betting Shop: Suit by Russell at Graham Browne in the Bounder 4 tweed. Suit by Henry Poole in the McDougall check 4.…

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Mr. Erbil

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Mr Erbil

Elizabeth Fitt: Relaxing over shisha, at a cafe in the English Quarter of Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, the three founding members of Mr Erbil are all smiles and a reassuring grasp of the English language rare in these parts. Ahmed Nauzad, sports a rather fine navy vest (bottom button undone) with matching polka dot pocket handkerchief (Presidential Fold). Goran Pshtiwan and Omer Nihad are lower-key, in Italianate slacks and leather jackets. They sip black tea from small glasses. “We are never involved in religion or politics. We have many different religions in our gentlemen’s club – it doesn’t matter, we accept everyone,…

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Peaky Blinders

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The Chap took some semi-professional models and clothing supplied by Darcy Clothing and Some Like it Holy to create our own version of the Peaky Blinders look MODELS: Jock rawlings, Luke Sothcott, Gustav Temple Photographer: Xavier Buendia www.xdbphotography.com Thanks to: the Marina Fountain pUB, 26 Caves Road, St. Leonards on Sea TN38 0BY Additional styling: Sophie o’sullivan Old Town Dark Blue 1920s-style three-piece suit Dark Blue Christys baker boy cap Darcy Clothing Brown Herringbone Cotton Waistcoat & Trousers Jump the Gun Grey Herringbone Overcoat City Sport Tweed Cap Darcy Clothing Washable Arundel Collar Darcy Clothing Striped Tunic Shirt Some Like it…

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Earl of Bedlam

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In issue 94 we took to the streets of Lambeth to photograph the clothes made by local bespoke tailor Earl of Bedlam. The full shoot was published in CHAP Winter 17. Photography by Soulstealer Photography Models: Billy Idle, Andrew Roberts, Steve Murray, Mark Wesley

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