The Chap's June-July 2011 edition gets its brogues dirty in the Elysian fields of a typical British summer: - Pagan Safari: we challenged our intrepid, pith-helmeted reporter to maintain a stiff upper lip during the festival season - Tristan Langlois re-enacts the Battle of Waterloo using the remnants of a hearty dinner - Matthew de Abaitua on camping for gentlemen, with a brief saunter through the history of this bucolic pastime - Preppy School: Nathaniel Adams on the pervasive and occasionally stylish Ivy Look - Gustav Temple meets eccentric English rock troubadour Robyn Hitchcock to discuss the future of England - Michael ''Atters'' Attree on the Pagan moustache - W de Forte on speed - Trouser Browser: William Smith's definitive treatise on male legwear throughout the ages - Arbuthnot & Slipper suggest various ways of approaching attractive ladies in public parks - The Chap Questionnaire: Tweedy thespian Rufus Gerard-Wright - Drinking: Neil J. Ridley sets the record straight on Pimm's No.1 Cup - Who Wants to Murder a Billionaire? The still unsolved murder in the Bahamas that plagued the Duke of Windsor - Mr. Bell the Butler continues to dish out sound socio-sartorio-domestic advice - Fleur de Guerre fills your vintage social diaries with a whole summer of events steeped in the past - Plus: Am I Chap? Jonathan Deppington's lapse of panache, the Anarcho-Dandyist's Toolkit and Doff of the Month
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