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Hong Kong Tatler

October 2019

The last word in high society and the life luxurious, Hong Kong Tatler has been chronicling the lives of the city’s elite since 1977. From insider access to the most exclusive parties and events in Hong Kong and beyond, to authoritative coverage of art, fashion, wine, dining and travel, to face-to-face interviews with the people that really matter, Hong Kong Tatler takes you closer to the highest echelons of society than anyone else.

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Hong Kong SAR China
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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around asia

Touted as one of the most romantic events of the year, the Bali wedding of Amrit Punjabi and Sanjana Hiranandani was held over four days and nights, with 10 different celebrations that were attended by hundreds of guests. The wedding organiser, Amrit Jethani, reveals all the exclusive details. The Fashion Issue presents the stylish Yong sisters. Elder sister Mei Ling works in F&B, while Mei Fong is a manager at one of the Big Four firms. They talk about life in the Yong household and the values imparted by family. Elsewhere, Malaysia’s “King of Fashion,” Bernard Chandran, is profiled. Former model Maricris Zobel appears on the cover with her daughters. She shares her thoughts on family, faith and finding happiness. The Cultural Centre of the Philippines, an art institution celebrating its 50th…

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hong kong tatler

Managing Director SEAN FITZPATRICK Advertising hktad@edipressemedia.com General Manager OCEANA OU Advertising Director YVONNE YIP Associate Sales Directors ANGEL WONG, PAULY LAM Senior Sales Manager MICHELLE LEE Business Director, Food and Wine ANDY CHENG Sales Manager CAROLE TAM Marketing and Events hkmktg@edipressemedia.com | hkevent@edipressemedia.com Marketing Manager VANESSA HUI Events Manager EMMA NUTTALL Creative Director, Events PAVEL ZAMAKHIN Circulation hkcirc@edipressemedia.com Circulation Manager GLADYS WONG Senior Circulation Officer WILSON MA Production and Traffic hkprod@edipressemedia.com | hktraffic@edipressemedia.com General Manager–Publishing Services ANNE MOK Production Manager GEMINI HUI Senior Production Officer SIDNEY KWOK Production Officer RAY TAM Edipresse Media Asia hq@edipressemedia.com Chairman and CEO MICHEL LAMUNIÈRE CFO, Asia IDA CHEUNG Chief Brand Officer SEAN FITZPATRICK Content Director, Regional Projects JAKKI PHILLIPS Head of Generation T Asia TAMARA LAMUNIÈRE Global Artistic Director JOE ZEE Chief Content Officer DANICA LO Managing Director–Edipresse Media Malaysia FLORENCE FANG Managing Director–Edipresse Media Singapore CORINNE NG Managing Director–Edipresse Media China QING SHEN Managing Director–Philippines IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO General Manager–Edipresse Media Taiwan APRIL HSU Regional Financial Controller ERIC FOO Regional IT…

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leaving a legacy

This editor’s letter wasn’t easy to write, given it’s my last. Mind you, I’ve only written a few of them, but I’m proud to have been part of the talented team that has put Hong Kong Tatler together since 2014. The publication has existed for the past four-and-a-half decades not only as a definitive guide to luxury and lifestyle, but because it has always wanted to make a lasting impact in this city through telling the inspiring stories of the people who call it home. It’s timely that this issue is themed around legacy because, as the outgoing managing editor, I hope that with the past visionaries who have headed up the magazine, we’ve put a stamp on the future. So how does one leave a legacy? Our cover star, Laurinda…

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poised for success

Laurinda Ho swept into our Chai Wan studio so low-key in a white tee and jeans that the crew only realised the daughter of Macau’s casino king had arrived when she approached the hair and make-up table. With her lush, tousled brown mane and smooth, dewy complexion, Laurinda is a mix of shy and guarded, unsurprising given that she’s spent years being followed by the tabloids as a member of Stanley Ho’s dynasty. But from the moment she stepped in front of the camera, this shy 28-year-old suddenly became a seasoned professional, giving suggestions on everything from lighting to clothes, adjusting outfits to fit her tiny frame, and pulling off Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest wide-shouldered looks for Louis Vuitton with confidence and a sensibility honed by a long career in front of…

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contributors

Rachel Duffell The Hong Kong-based journalist talks to Gen.T honouree Dee Dee Chan about family legacies (p. 47) WHAT IS ONE TRADITION YOU REMEMBER BEING PASSED DOWN TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY? The exchanging of one Christmas present on Christmas Eve in honour of our Swedish roots. WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE FUTURE GENERATIONS TO REMEMBER ABOUT YOUR WORK? It was honest and balanced. IN FIVE WORDS OR LESS, WHAT DOES LEGACY MEAN TO YOU? The mark you leave behind. WHAT VALUABLE PIECE OF ADVICE WOULD YOU HAND DOWN TO THE NEXT GENERATION? Treat others as you would like to be treated. Christian Barker The Singapore-based journalist shares insights on Richard Mille’s latest horological marvel in Driving Force (p. 146) WHAT IS ONE TRADITION YOU REMEMBER BEING PASSED DOWN TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY? My father taking me to his tailor when I was…

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oct

4 COCO CHANEL This multidisciplinary puppetry and theatrical show, which tells the story of the fashion legend’s life and career, was created by Norwegian Jo Strømgren Kompani and the Netherlands’ Ulrike Quade Company. At the Cultural Centre until October 6. urbtix.hk 5 HONG KONG TENNIS OPEN Naomi Osaka, who triumphed at the recent US Open, Elina Svitolina and Zhang Shuai are just three of the tennis stars who will be competing for honours at the sixth edition of the Open. At Victoria Park Tennis Stadium until October 13. hktennisopen.hk 11 LI BIAO CONDUCTS THE BUTTERFLY LOVERS Perhaps best known as a percussionist, Li Biao takes up the baton to conduct the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and award-winning percussionists through a number of pieces, including the violin concerto The Butterfly Lovers. At the Cultural Centre until…

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