CHAP Summer 21

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Daniel Day-Lewis: The actor reveals the secrets of his immersion into demanding roles in films such as There Will Be Blood and Gangs of New York
Helen McCrory: A tribute to the late actress by Gustav Temple
Get The Look: How to achieve the Riviera Style
The Tireless Squire: Early 19th century hellraiser, horseman, seducer and cricketer George Osbaldeston
Salvador Dali: The life, art and dandyism of the surrealist supremo
Steve Strange: Chris Sullivan recalls his crazy days with the doomed dandy in the eighties
English Still Wine: Is it safe to eschew European wine yet?
Travel: The Kent Coast: We visit Margate, Herne Bay and Whitstable in search of a summer holiday
Overlook Revisited: A photo shoot at a rambling manse redolent of The Shining and Brideshead Revisited
Author Interview: Ian Kelly, author of the definitive biography of Beau Brummell
Peruvian Dandies: Martin Chambi, the Peruvian photographer who captured a new sartorial flowering in the Andes
The Overlook Party: The significance of that swell party in The Shining on its 100th anniversary
Antiques: Medals of honour and how to collect them
Vetra: Liam Jefferies on the iconic French workwear brand
Cooking For Chaps: Nicole Drysdale prepares the perfect picnic
The Chap Tarot: Pandora Harrison’s final installment on gaining insight and enlightenment, Chap style
Social Drinkers: a User’s Guide: Torquil Arbuthnot explains the various drinkers one may encounter, now that the pubs are open again
Everybody’s Gone Surfin’: The surprisingly fastidious attention to sartorial detail on the beaches of California in the 1950s
Grey Fox Column: David Evans looks at views of British style from abroad
Wishmoor Watches: The very rare occasion when this publication reviews a wristwatch
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