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Issue 40 AUG/SEPT 2008

The Chap's late summer/early autumn edition featured two pretty ladies on the cover, sitting in Lord March's 1937 A.C. Other highlights included:

- An extended interview with Patrick Grant, doyen of Savile Row tailors Norton & Son
- The stirring biography of Alfred Wintle - the man who told one of his men, at the height of WWII, to "stop dying and get a bloody haircut"
- The 39 Steps: the cast of the West End hit put their heavy tweeds through their paces for some stunning photographs
- Outdoor festivals: not the sort where you come home ready for a bath and a visit to the doctor, but those where you need to take your diner jacket
- The Naked Truth: a trawl through modern burlesque to see how it compares to the original manifestation of this salacious entertainment
- Robert Chilcott keeps his eyes glued to Department S and The Green Man
- Professional Dress: how schoolmasters ought to dress in order to instill a modicum of discipline in our schools
- Whisky Galore: Neil Kirby drinks the Hebridean isle of Islay dry in search of the perfect single malt
- Svelte thespian Fenella Woolgar tackles the Chap questionnaire
- Did you know that dogs are banned from sticking their heads out of car windows in Grand Prix? Find out more facts in Kipper & Grape's World of Sport
- Plus: Sartorial Agony, Clarissa's Queries, Am I Chap or Not? and moustache news from Atters