The Art Of Being A Gentleman


Not entirely sure how we missed this being published onto the great interweb – but there you have it. The ever-charming, impeccably groomed editor of The Chap, Gustav Temple, delivered his incomparable advice on gentlemanly style and attire back in February as part of the (generally delightfully bizarre) Hendrick’s Lecture Series.

And now it’s available online as an mp3 – meaning we can all revel in the kindly Mr Temple’s wisdom and wit (and, as a result, hopefully dress a little better) from the comfort of our own walk-in wardrobe.

In their own words:

“A master class for the modern gentleman including invaluable advice on vintage attire, trilby choice, sock suspenders, braces, 1930s and 1940s grooming, the best moustache wax, top hat and bowler… Gustav Temple, that louche, debonair and most exquisitely dressed editor of The Chap magazine, comes to the Last Tuesday Society to share his tips on living as an anarcho-dandy in the 21st century.”

Source: Hendrick’s Lecture Series: The Art of Being a Gentleman