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Jacamo: Live Your Moment

By Rashpal Amrit

Jacamo has tasked me to live my moment and what first springs to mind was the importance of travel and capturing those special moments. Based on this I have put together two transitional looks based on my perfect travel wardrobe. I love to travel having visited five countries last year and arriving back from Budapest […]

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Dressing for the Races

By Alex Noble

There’s not many better days out during the British summer time than a trip to the races. It’s a great occasion that offers the chance to showcase your sense of style by donning a chic and trendy ensemble, whilst indulging in an early glass of champagne (it’s five o’clock somewhere and all that jazz).  Nothing compares […]

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Lanificio Cerruti Mill visit with Clements and Church

By Adam

Not long back I was lucky enough to visit Biella, a beautiful town nestled in the foothills of the Italian Alps. This generous invitation came from my good friends at bespoke tailors Clements and Church. Many of you will recognise several of my most notable looks through collaborations with them in the past – I’ve […]

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What To Wear at the Races

By Alex Noble

Dressing for the races is an interesting one, in the sense that so many people believe when they walk through the gates, they’ve arrived as the most stylish gent at the event…Unfortunately, more often than not, those with an obnoxious swagger are dressed in a car crash of an outfit, which usually includes a shiny […]

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Summer Essentials from The Royal Exchange

By Adam

What kind of traveller are you? The sort that leaves packing until the very last minute, because you’ve got so many episodes of your reality tv fix to catch up on, or the regimented type that packs a week in advance just to be sure they haven’t missed anything? The next time you go to […]

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The Death of the Suit

By Timothy Lord

What’s happened? Where’s it gone? And can it make a comeback?  You may think I’m overreacting; fashion constantly recycles and revisits itself and what is currently out of vogue will, more often than not, have its heyday again. Britney and Justin’s infamous double denim disaster is arguably very on trend right now; kitten heels clawed […]

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Dressing for Wimbledon; A Very British Affair

By Alex Noble

I would whole-heartedly argue that there aren’t more quintessentially British events out there than Wimbledon; meaning I believe it even surpasses the recent Royal Wedding (who am I kidding that was a British-American hybrid) – but enough about Harry and Meghan, as we turn our attention to King Rodger, Queen Serena and the Kingdom of […]

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Barbour International SS19 LFWM Presentation

By Rashpal Amrit

Barbour International celebrates the ‘The Badge of an Original’ in its Spring Summer presentation. The new Barbour Originals and Sports collections focus on bold motorcycle inspired colours of black, white and yellow alongside primary colours of red, green and blue. Biker style jackets in a rugged casual construction take centre stage alongside, tonal hoodies, sweats […]

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Scandi Style: A DAYS MARCH Comes To London

By Adam

You may have seen last month that I swung by A Days March, to check out the new Berwick Street store a day before it was opened to the public. Well, if you didn’t and A Days March is new to you as a brand, I highly suggest you read on… With four stores in […]

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LFWM: St James’s Catwalk Show

By Rikesh Chauhan

With London Fashion Week Men’s in full swing, a host of influencers, celebrities as well as a who’s who of menswear descended onto Jermyn Street for an unmissable catwalk showcasing some of the UK’s biggest heritage brands. The show – which is open air and open to public throughout the day – features some of […]

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Native Youth SS18

By Alex Noble

We keep hearing it. Affordable Luxury. But what does it really actually mean? There are many brands laying claim to these ‘qualities’ and to be honest, here at Dapper Chapper, as open minded as we are, it’s often not something we advocate shouting about. What we like about a strong everyday-wear brand is that it […]

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St James’s London Fashion Week Men’s Open-Air Catwalk

By Adam

This weekend, the capital once again plays host to the ever-growing London Fashion Week Men’s, with a host of brands and designers demonstrating their innovation and creative ability in the form of exuberant catwalk shows and aesthetically pleasing (for the most part) exhibitions. One of my favourite areas in London, Jermyn Street at the heart of […]

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The Chukka Style Chameleon

By Adam

Our go-to footwear favourite, G.H Bass, has released a must-have option for the summer months and beyond with the Scholar Stanford Chukka, the versatile brother of the good old Desert Boot. The Chukka, which is usually presented in either soft suede or calfskin, first came to style prominence in the UK in the 1940’s and […]

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Dapper Details: The Anatomy of the Shirt Collar

By Alex Noble

Chaps, when you’re picking out a shirt, what questions go through your head? Colour? Slim, tailored or regular fit? Buttoned sleeve or Cufflinks? Collar? Although the crux of all of these questions ultimately ends with personal taste, the latter is an area that appears to cause chaps a few more problems. Why? Well, if you […]