Yesterday morning, at the behest of pro-dandy British publication The Chap, "swathes of immaculately dressed chaps and chapettes" descended on No. 3 Savile Row, former home to the legendary Apple Studio, where they engaged in a peaceful protest of Abercrombie & Fitch's imminent soiling of the celebrated shopping street with a new children's clothing store.

The "chumrades in arms" then took their message of "give three-piece a chance" to 7 Burlington Gardens, where the A&F flagship store resides. There, they were greeted by the Chief inspector of Savile Row Constabulary, who complemented the attendees on their attire, and labeled their gathering "the best dressed demonstration I have ever seen."

[Boing Boing, photo via Stephanie Wolff]