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Tatler Malaysia April 2020

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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2 min.
around asia

TATLER HONG KONG In 2016, the Hong Kong-based filmmaker Craig Leeson focused the world’s attention on the pollution caused by single-use plastics in his documentary A Plastic Ocean. His latest project, The Last Glaciers, presents an equally startling view of the real-life impact of global warming on the world’s ice caps. hk.asiatatler.com SHANGLIU TATLER Bai Yunfeng, the representative director, president and CEO of China Boqi Environmental Solutions Technology (Holding), discusses how his company, which focuses on new energy and local desulphurisation projects, is merging high technology with environmental protection. shangliutatler.com TATLER INDONESIA Despite her global success from collaborations with Chris Brown, French Montana and Juicy J., cover star Agnez Mo, born Agnes Monica, has remained true to her roots and refuses to live up to anyone’s expectations besides her own. indonesiatatler.com TATLER SINGAPORE When you think of…

2 min.
eye on the future

Who can say they haven’t been inspired by the Obamas? So you can imagine the excitement of the 200 young leaders who were cherry-picked to attend the Obama Foundation’s leadership programme in KL. The selected leaders from Malaysia came from various fields—media, social activism, event aviation and property development—and stood to learn some nuggets of wisdom from both Barack and Michelle Obama themselves. So what defines a good leader? To me, the Obamas are the perfect example of service leadership. They care not only about their jobs but also those they work with, they value everyone’s opinions and provide opportunities for growth and development. They also believe in the importance of diversity, without which there wouldn’t be progress. In our report on page 182 (Grooming Leaders of Tomorrow), they aim to…

1 min.

TOM HOOPS British photographer Tom Hoops has been shooting portraits and fashion for almost 20 years. His work—which has featured actors, royals and politicians—has been exhibited internationally and appeared in publications such as The Washington Post, Porter and Leica’s S magazine. He now splits his time between the UK and Thailand, where he photographed Philip Huang and Chomwan Weeraworawit with their children (p.212) ANDREA KEE A KL-based fashion stylist and writer, Andrea Kee has attended Fashion Weeks across the globe and conducted styling sessions plus workshops for big brands including Bulgari, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace throughout her career. She showcases her expertise for Tatler Malaysia this month in Funding the Future (p.170) JESSICA IREDALE Jessica Iredale is a fashion journalist based in New York City. She was previously a senior editor and fashion critic at…

6 min.
the scene tatler

Four-Day Wedding Extravaganza Both Farah Nabilah and Mohammed Amirul Yunus decided to tie the knot after being together for seven years. “He (Amirul) actually proposed to me on the same day that he decided to meet my family alongside his parents,” the bride shared. “That was when I knew he was the one, and that he was serious about me.” The two held their akad nikah (solemnisation ceremony) on December 20, which was followed by an Arabian Night-themed party the very next day. Then came another wedding reception at the Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel—a grandiose red-and-gold Bollywood party. Taking place on January 5th was their fourth and final reception which was a gorgeous black tie affair held in the dreamy, star-lit hall of Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur. “I looked forward to the akad…

1 min.
seating plan

1 Firdaus Azraai, the bride’s younger brother, took to the stage and serenaded the newlyweds with his rendition of Sedetik Lebih by Anuar Zain. 2 Designed by bludiamond, Farah’s engagement ring was a pale blue Brazilian aquamarine—which is said to be the bride’s birthstone. Farah also wore a pair of diamond earrings shaped like butterfly wings, the design signifying both change as well as a new chapter. 3 Dayang Nurfaizah, one of Malaysia’s top artistes, entertained the crowd with a song of her own, Lelaki Teragung plus performed a duet with fellow Malaysian singer-songwriter Hael Husaini—the pair beautifully sang Hari Ini. 4 The youngest of the bride’s siblings, Firdaus Adam, shyly took to the microphone and uttered an adorable “love you 3000” on stage as he gave his blessings to both his older…

1 min.
farouk khan

“Access to Malaysian contemporary artists has opened up like never before, and it’s a tremendous advantage for them.” It’s been a busy past few months for Farouk Khan. Together with his wife Aliya and two daughters, the congenial art collector behind The Aliya and Farouk Khan Collection recently had the pleasure of giving the works in their contemporary art collection a brand new home in the digital sphere. “The decision to digitise the collection was spurred by the idea that we could take these artworks to the world,” Khan says. “Access to Malaysian contemporary artists has opened up like never before, and it’s a tremendous advantage for them.” His busy schedule aside, the Singapore-born art enthusiast admits that he enjoys watching videos of live performances of his favourite songs on YouTube…