The Chap Issue 89

The Chap Issue 89

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Ed Harcourt donned his finest Chap cufflinks to prepare for an in-depth interview about, among other things, his fear of clowns. Sartorially, the monkstrap shoe was considered, igniting the debate as to whether they count as a slip-on shoe or not. The Earl of Waveney nominated his first three objects that shaped the British political system, while the dandies of Rome, known as “Il Gaga” were inspected. The trench coat in its most vibrant form was examined, while ball tampering in cricket got the long view. Our new Scandal section looked at a Victorian sex scandal that nearly brought down the government, while over in Paris, the first major exhibition was reviewed of that dandy in exile Oscar Wilde. Plus, leather notebooks, the art of lighting a fire and Queen of Chapettes centrefold.

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Ed Harcourt donned his finest Chap cufflinks to prepare for an in-depth interview about, among other things, his fear of clowns. Sartorially, the monkstrap shoe was considered, igniting the debate as to whether they count as a slip-on shoe or not. The Earl of Waveney nominated his first three objects that shaped the British political system, while the dandies of Rome, known as “Il Gaga” were inspected. The trench coat in its most vibrant form was examined, while ball tampering in cricket got the long view. Our new Scandal section looked at a Victorian sex scandal that nearly brought down the government, while over in Paris, the first major exhibition was reviewed of that dandy in exile Oscar Wilde. Plus, leather notebooks, the art of lighting a fire and Queen of Chapettes centrefold.