Issue #106

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Gustav Temple discusses climbing Everest, navigating Antarctica with a sextant and being kicked out of the SAS with the great explorer
Diana Rigg: Sunday Swift’s dandizette tribute to the late lamented Mrs Peel
Blakesby Hats: A meeting with the maker of remarkable headwear
Champagne Charlie: The fizz-swilling bon vivant on his career in showbusiness
Vintage Egyptologists: John and Colleen Darnell don sixties raiment to explore the TWA Flight Center, New York
The Semiotics of Face Masks: What your choice of face covering conveys to the world
British Rum: Superior grogs that are distilled right here in Britain
Ton Up Boys: Sophia Coningsby finds motorcycling inspiration from a 60s biker gang
John Simons: The thinking man’s mod and the Marylebone king of Ivy
Extreme Butling: Mr. Gimpley-Spankworth advises on sartorial and etiquette matters
Author Interview: Alexander Larman meets David Nicholls, author of One Day and Us
Motoring: A meeting with James Bond stunt driver Ben Collins to discuss the history of Aston Martin
Sir Richard Burton: The eccentric, moustachioed explorer who also translated the Kama Sutra into English
Time to Tango: Chris Sullivan on the dance’s migration from Buenos Aires to the shady nightspots of Paris
Cooking For Chaps: New cookery column sets out the recipe for the perfect roast
The Chap Tarot: Pandora Harrison’s continuing series on gaining insight and enlightenment, Chap style
Night and Day: Torquil Arbuthnot on the short-lived magazine founded by Graham Greene in the 1930s
How To Train Your Moustache: Gustav Temple’s coronavirus-induced facial hair experiment
Grey Fox Column: David Evans advises on adventure wear
The Captain’s Lip Weasel: The results of our moustache competition, judged by Captain Fawcett’s Right Hand Man
Antiques: The world of rare and antiquarian books
Jean Lorrain: The Parisian decadent dandy writer who is making a surprising comeback
Tweed Ski Suit: The tailor who solved the conundrum of how to look the slightest bit elegant on the slopes
Plus: Am I Chap?, Book Reviews, Crossword