An historical edition, in that this was the last bi-monthly issue of The Chap before it relaunched in May 2017 as a quarterly publication. Our main interview was with legendary rock ‘n’ roller, Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom. Other musical delights included a piece by Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer on Situationism. We told the story of Harry Bensley, the Edwardian gentleman who walked around Europe wearing an iron mask, for a bet. Sartorial coverage included Oxford Shoes, Shetland Jumpers and underpants, and our cricket correspondent looked at cricket-loving prime ministers. We heard from our Chap Behind Bars on life for an anarcho-dandy on the inside of a prison cell, and were given some lateral thinking puzzles involving beards and hairstyles by Tom Cutler. Also: Laszlo Krass, the dress habits of the great English writers, Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas and a particularly pulchritudinous Queen of Chapettes.