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Londoners step back in time

Revellers in London have taken a step back in time for the fifth annual ‘Chaps and Chapettes Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball’. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring musical tributes, dance classes, and swing music.

Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' queue for the the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' queue with their tickets for the the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' practice the steps to a dance at the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' enjoy the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' practice the steps to a dance at the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)
Londoners step back in time
'Chaps and Chapettes' practice the steps to a dance at the Fifth Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball at the Bloomsbury Ballroom on December 7, 2013 in London, England. The Ball is a celebration of traditional English attire, etiquette and eccentricity, featuring acts such as Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Vivian Stanshall's rambling, surreal, whimsical musical tribute to the decaying English aristocracy and learning the Lambeth Walk vintage dance step, accompanied by vintage cocktails and swing music. (Getty Images)