Tatler Malaysia

Tatler Malaysia November 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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around asia

Entrepreneur, influencer and philanthropist Laurinda Ho, daughter of casino king Stanley Ho, appears on the cover of Hong Kong Tatler’s October issue and discusses her plans for her charity, Smile With Us HK. Elsewhere, we profile Korean actress Song Hye-kyo and photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani. Mother-daughter duo Lisa Xie and Natasha Lau are the cover stars of the October issue. Lisa has been named one of Asia’s best-dressed women and, inspired by her mother, Natasha is now a fashion influencer and model with an impressive social media following. Three inspiring women——Elaine Kim, Lam Tze Tze and Ginny Wiluan——appear on the cover of Singapore Tatler’s legacy-themed issue and discuss how they’re not only continuing their respective families’ legacies but building on them. Also featured are environmentalists Sylvia Earle, Eileen Rockefeller Growald and Paul…

2 min.
the quintessence of style

If you think that fashion and style are one and the same, you’re sadly mistaken. Renowned designer Alber Elbaz explains in his own succinct way: “Style is the only thing you can’t buy. It’s not in a shopping bag, a label, or a price tag. It’s something reflected from our soul to the outside world—an emotion.” Those who’ve got style, are in a class of her own. And our cover star Scha Alyahya is a style chameleon who knows how to dress well. She describes her personal style as “chic and comfortable” even though she loves to experiment with fashion and try different looks. Whether it’s rock chic or full-on glam, she still has that je ne sais quoi quality about her. This is precisely why, when it came time to…

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hustle & flow

Fun and easygoing—two adjectives that best describe the mood during our cover shoot with Malaysia Tatler’s Most Stylish Woman 2019, Scha Alyahya. Those words accurately depict Scha’s personality as well. Despite her indisputable status as one of Malaysia’s most influential fashion forces, she still has her head firmly set on her shoulders and both feet firmly planted on the ground. “I live with two drama queens in the house, so someone has to be the adult,” says Scha with a playful allusion to her husband Awal Ashaari and daughter Lara Alana. Coincidentally on the day of the shoot, it was Lara Alana’s first day back at school to start a new term—which is why she requested for us to start our session later. Having worked together with stylist Colin Sim and photographer…

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Joanne Lim The artistic director assembles a team in Bangkok for a captivating fashion spread What’s one of your pet peeves? A shoot that is badly put together and executed. Especially when I know it could’ve been done better. If you joined a circus, what act would you most want to perform? The Houdini act. I am definitely not a fan of taking the stage. Which period of history would you like to return to? The Marie Antoinette era. I would be shooting at the Palace of Versailles grounds every day. Which household chore do you dread the most? Dusting! It’s like an endless routine. Nelson Chong This photographer from Wala Wala Pictures beautifully captures Scha Alyahya in her most stylish and empowering looks for our cover story Which household chore do you dread the most? My pile of dirty laundry. If money were…

1 min.
heart the palm

Happening on November 14 at Mandarin Oriental KL, from 2.30pm, this high tea to promote the ‘I Love My Palm Oil’ campaign is aimed at creating awareness for women who have yet to embrace the use of palm oil-based products in the household. The National Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Malaysia (NAWEM) champions many women-focused matters, and this time around, NAWEM partners with high profile women such as Teresa Kok, the Minister of Primary Industries, Kalanithi Nesaretnam of FGV Holdings and Tan Ting Min of Sime Darby Plantations to relay the benefits of palm oil-based products such as cooking oil or margarine. The event will showcase chefs using palm oil in different recipes, plus entertainment as well. A table costs RM3,000 while individual tickets are available at RM300—proceeds go to the Orang…

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rumour mill

FLY SOLO When an overbooked flight forced a socialite to fly economy, she made a huge scene when she realised she was the only one that was downgraded. She reportedly demanded that her friends do not fly as well, and instead wait for the next flight so they can all take pictures together in the business cabin. SAVED BY THE HOST At a recent fashion show, an inept planner arranged for two bitterly divorced exes to be seated side-by-side. The host noticed the mistake in time and promptly swapped seats before they noticed; thus giving us less to talk about. DOUBLE TROUBLE At a recent dinner party, two prominent socialites were mortified when they realised they were wearing the exact same Dior dress—albeit styled in different ways. The two proud women spent the entire night…