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Tatler Malaysia

Tatler Malaysia August 2019

THE essential guide to the very best in life, Tatler Malaysia runs the gamut of high-end living, from cool parties to fine dining, from international fashion to luxury travel. Tatler Malaysia has unparalleled access to the world’s most glamorous people, the exotic places they frequent and the desirable objects they own. The magazine showcases all this via exclusive features that are insightful, entertaining and presented with style. Distinguished by wit and savoir faire, Tatler Malaysia has been an indispensable part of life for the city’s sophisticates for over 30 years. Our well-heeled readership shape opinions and trends in Malaysia and across the region. This affluent and influential group is almost impossible to reach - except through the pages of Tatler Malaysia.

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Malaysia
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Tatler Asia Limited
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1 min.
around asia

The cover features art collector, curator and gallerist Shanyan Koder, who reveals how she’s shaking up the art world with a new e-commerce platform. Also profiled are actress Zhang Ziyi; designer Marc Newson; and James Louey, who flaunts his ‘bat cave.’ On the cover are Generation T 2019 honourees—TV personality Andini Effendi, fashion designer Santi Alaysius, businesswoman Felicia Kawilarang and Dayu Dara—who are all high-achieving females that talk about the power of women. On the cover are five young leaders who are joining this year’s 50 Generation T honourees from the Philippines and 350 others from across the region. Also showcased are some of the brightest students from the International School Manila’s Class of 2019. New York is the backdrop for the Bold Issue, with Mae Tan and twins Brandon and Julien Leo…

1 min.
highlights

VIDEO Going Once… Going Twice… Watch a recap of the sights and sounds that sum up the Melium x Malaysia Tatler 30th Anniversary Charity Auction. DRINKS Guardians of the Glenlivet Per Pernod Ricard’s invite, members of the media and Guardians of The Glenlivet were privy to a closed whisky tasting event at Altitude, Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur. CLOSE-UP Macarons Maven Bianca Ong, the bubbly director of Ladurée Malaysia, shows us that age is no barrier to success when ambition is on your side. TRAVEL Pinterest-Perfect Hotels in Penang Candy colours, flawless symmetry and rustic luxe: so many Instagrammable opportunities, so little time.…

2 min.
sustaining lives

THE WORD ‘SUSTAINABILITY’ in recent years has become an overused term, but there’s no denying that what it stands for—reducing or recycling waste, managing our natural resources more carefully, improving business processes—will remain relevant, now and in the future. These pressing issues continue to be addressed as people and businesses discover innovative ways to inform sustainable practices. Because whether we like it or not, sustainability is now a way of doing business, it’s no longer a competitive advantage. Throughout this issue, we do our part by bringing this hot topic to the fore, starting with our cover story (page 114) on five industry movers and shakers like Datuk Lai Voon Hon, David Mizan Hashim, and Sarena Cheah who practise sustainability in different aspects of their work and business. We even talk…

1 min.
marking time for the ocean

HAVING MADE A MARK as the world’s first modern diving watch, Fifty Fathoms by Blancpain, also birthed an exciting partnership between the brand and ocean explorers back in 1953. The maison connected with oceanographers, underwater photographers and deep-sea pioneers through its creation, which led Blancpain to partake in conservation and protection of the deep blue. A product of passion created by Blancpain’s CEO at the time, Jean-Jacques Fiechter, who himself was a pioneer diver, Fifty Fathoms can be brought to a depth of 300 metres without breaking, which is why this watch is a trusted companion for divers in discovering the mysteries of the underwater world. The maison’s work eventually led to the Asia Dive Expo recognising its good work by handing the inaugural Dedication to Ocean Conservation award to the brand…

1 min.
rumour mill

CAT FIGHT The spouses of two close-knit high-society cousins like to put on a show to hide their private spat. Due to a dispute about mutual connections, the women are hostile towards each other behind closed doors; however, they act cordial and can be seen smiling through gritted teeth in public. PAGEANT RIVALRY While beauty contests are synonymous with charm and finery, it is still a competition after all. This was proven by two beauty pageant contestants who are embroiled in a social media battle. The women attack one another through posts and comments that are more revealing than the swimsuit competition!…

2 min.
a stand-up lady

How did you get involved with comedy? I always did improv and sketches and it was just a natural progression for me to want to express myself without an ensemble—I had things to say and a desire to perform, and so I just did it. How do you create the jokes and anecdotes for your show? I do all of my ‘writing’ onstage. I don’t write at a computer. I think of a scenario, thought, concept or even a funny word and I just talk it out onstage and the material materialises. Touring in Asia and having your show live in Kuala Lumpur, is there a concern on choosing the theme and material you’ll present, because of how different the audience is over here? If there’s one thing I’m confident about, it’s that humans, regardless…