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The Nova Building Penthouse Deluxe

By Alex Noble

Chappers, have you ever been flicking through a magazine or simply googled, ‘perfect homes,’ and stumbled across a place where you think to yourself, ‘Wow, that is literally my dream home?’ Of course you have; we all have, multiple times. It’s these seemingly unattainable goals that keep us motivated and driven for more, on a […]

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The Simba Luxe Mattress Review

By Adam

I think it’s universally accepted that a large proportion of humans love sleeping. You constantly hear people uttering that they need to ‘Catch up on sleep,’ or ‘How it took ages for them to nod off,’ – who knew it was such an interesting topic of conversation (It’s not by the way – Yawn!) One of the biggest perks […]

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5 Things We Want This Week

By Tom Larkin

Kent & Curwen Rugby Shirt: A huge congratulations to Ireland in the Six Nations, but no need to put the rugby jerseys away. Kent & Curwen’s vintage 1930s rugged rugby shirt is a winning summer piece. £115 at Kent & Curwen Hackett Holdall : ‘Show Your Stripes’ with Hackett’s new Hurlingham range, the refined wardrobe essentials designed […]

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Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin Review

By Adam

Gin is still very much in here at The Dapper Chapper HQ and a brand that has caught our eye is at late is multi-award winning distillers, Edinburgh Gin. They came to our attention during February after we received a bottle of their limited edition Edinburgh Valentine’s Day Gin. The small-batch distillers are known for […]

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The King of Ale

By Phil Hawkins

You might associate the phrase ‘Good things come to those who wait’ with a darker, more Irish drink than this, but after nearly 200 years in the making, Greene King is now launching its Heritage Series. From just five preserved barley seeds, originally stored in 1825, an ancient recipe has been rediscovered by the Greene […]

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Glendalough Whiskey Review

By Michelle Connolly

The beautiful surroundings of Glendalough are the inspiration for this namesake whiskey. The Glen of the Two Lakes, formed in the ice age by an immense glacier, is one of Ireland’s foremost beauty spots. The heritage associated with its raw, remote beauty – what drew St Kevin to the area to practice in solitude – […]

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5 Things We Want This Week

By Tom Larkin

Grenson Sneakers: After 150 years of shoemaking, it’s fair to say Grenson is known for making smart shoes. This year marks a huge announcement with the first ever launch of Grenson trainers. We love the black suede: £160 at Grenson Tateossian Leather Bracelet: Made of genuine Italian leather, this style of bracelet comes in a variety of […]

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When in Rome, drink beer

By Phil Hawkins

London Beer Week, now in its fourth year, is returning to the capital on Monday, with a huge array of activities to celebrate a city of great drinking. The annual festival of all things beer, lager, ale and cider sees some of London’s top brewers and beer enthusiasts come together to enjoy a host of […]

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Bugaboo Boxer Cabin Case Pure

By Adam

You see all kinds of strange things whilst travelling…the aeronautical obsessors or trainspotters, the chappers who are forever running late for connections,  those who thrive on getting absolutely thumped in the bar before travelling, and the deliberators who stand in front of the Waterstones fiction section for an hour trying to select a book (which they […]

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Old Pulteney 12 Review

By Alex Noble

This cracker comes from one of the most northernly distilleries on the Scottish mainland, and the extreme location and unique stills mean it’s a single malt scotch whisky that delivers both the power and the subtlety of the sea – a proper maritime malt. We were fortunate enough to give the award winning, Old Pulteney, […]

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5 Things We Want This Week

By Tom Larkin

Patria Sweatshirt: Made here in the U.K, Patria’s aim is to make the softest heavyweight shirt available with a cut to give comfort without the excessive slack material…music to my ears! £120 patriagb.com M&S Suede Bomber: M&S should never be overlooked as they always delivers value for money, It’s all about the shorter lightweight jackets as we […]

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How to Make The Perfect Negroni

By Alex Noble

Picture this; the sun is shining, the temperature is pleasant without being too much, you’re in a lovely linen suit, whilst on the decking of a beautiful rooftop bar; the waiter asks for your order… Spring is (thankfully) just around the corner and let’s be serious, nobody can wait. This bloody cold weather is physically […]

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What to Wear to the Gym

By Alex Noble

In the past few years, we’ve witnessed an absolute boom in athleisure style. It’s been showcased on many a runway, featured in a hoard of street style looks and even been fused with tailoring; and you know what, it’s been refreshing. It’s important to undo that top button, roll up those sleeves and and have […]

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5 Things We Want This Week

By Tom Larkin

Overland Bomber: Classic Sheepskin B-3 Bomber jacket is a timeless heavyweight, modeled after the original WWII shearling jackets that kept American bomber crews warm in unpressurized cabins at altitudes over 30,000 feet and boy do they look epic! £430 at Overland House 99 Moisturiser: Harvey Nicholes brings you David Beckham’s latest promotion spin, House 99 believes that grooming is […]