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Summer 18 Edition

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Our Summer 2018 edition, issue 96, is available to purchase online now and will be on magazine racks on 17th May. It is no small claim to make that it is probably the best-ever edition of The Chap, but no previous issue has so comprehensively gathered together so many vital strands of this thing they call “anarcho-dandyism”. First of all, we have an interview with comedy legend and all-round loveable Chap Michael Palin, whom that other loveable Chap Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer met to discuss Monty Python, travel attire, Ripping Yarns and The Death of Stalin. Other features include…

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A Dandy of Great Importance

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Nathaniel Adams: Oscar Wilde, writer, raconteur, gay icon, large of girth, lust and ego, bottom wobbling provocatively as he climbs the social ladder from the gutter to the stars, then falls back into the muck with a splash, is arguably the most famous dandy ever. In Oscar Wilde, dandyism found its apotheosis, and after his ignoble fall, dandyism’s reputation was tarnished with sin, decadence and evil. But Oscar Wilde had watered, nourished and tended the flower of dandyism until it achieved its brightest and finest bloom yet. “The future belongs to the dandy. It is the exquisites who are going…

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