The Chap Issue 86

The Chap Issue 86

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The April/May 2016 edition of The Chap featured Emma Peel on the cover, with an in-depth analysis of her status as one of the great “dandizettes” – a female dandy. Sartorially, this issue looked at the Fair Isle jumper, eccentric Brighton tailor Gresham Blake, The Hebden Bridge Trouser Company, where to buy decent woollen socks and the anatomy of gentlemen’s trouser pockets by Vic Darkwood. The main interview was with oddball Dutch filmmaker Tom Six, while the film section looked at the career of Ken Russell. Also in this issue: the groundbreaking music of James Reese Europe, a walking tour of Chappist Berlin, the Butler’s advice on clerical collars and tweed track suits, how to write a best-selling novel.

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The April/May 2016 edition of The Chap featured Emma Peel on the cover, with an in-depth analysis of her status as one of the great “dandizettes” – a female dandy. Sartorially, this issue looked at the Fair Isle jumper, eccentric Brighton tailor Gresham Blake, The Hebden Bridge Trouser Company, where to buy decent woollen socks and the anatomy of gentlemen’s trouser pockets by Vic Darkwood. The main interview was with oddball Dutch filmmaker Tom Six, while the film section looked at the career of Ken Russell. Also in this issue: the groundbreaking music of James Reese Europe, a walking tour of Chappist Berlin, the Butler’s advice on clerical collars and tweed track suits, how to write a best-selling novel.