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Tatler Malaysia September 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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around asia

TATLER HONG KONG On the cover of Tatler Hong Kong are property tycoon Cecil Chao and his daughter Gigi. The duo discuss rebuilding their relationship after Cecil sparked a global media storm in 2012 by publicly offering US$65 million to any man who could convince Gigi, once described as the “most famous lesbian in Asia”, to marry him. tatlerhongkong.com TATLER INDONESIA Justin Lim, the director of the multi-pronged, globe-spanning Hemera Group, talks about pivoting his businesses in Southeast Asia in response to the coronavirus pandemic. He is planning to open Covid-19 testing labs in Indonesia and glove and mask factories in Malaysia, among other projects. tatlerindonesia.com TATLER MALAYSIA On the cover of Tatler Malaysia’s September issue is acclaimed rug designer Omar Khan, whose creations can be seen in luxury hotels and designer stores around the…

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WATCHES & JEWELLERY The new Chopard boutique in Suria KLCC boasts a two-storey-high green façade that greets visitors entering the mall. The design echoes the maison’s commitment to sustainability. DINING The story behind Ipoh restaurant The Museum’s Towing Char Siew, said to be the best char siew in the country. TRAVEL Lush nature, white sandy beaches, sun all year round—an island getaway is always a good idea in Malaysia. We have compiled a list of gorgeous and secluded island resorts to elevate your rendezvous with tropical bliss. Follow us on social media @tatlermalaysia Images The Museum; Ambong Ambong Langkawi;AllIsAmazing (Chopard)…

2 min.
dream big

Success is never achieved overnight. When you look at people who have achieved wealth, influence or power and the story of how they got there, you will realise that they have been putting in the work for a long time—those critical steps needed to make success possible at a very high level. Stories like these remind us that it’s important to have a purpose in life and not be afraid to dream big. Find out what drives you, what do you care about, how do you make a positive impact, what legacy do you want to leave behind? And we find that these weigh heavily in the minds of the various individuals featured in this issue. For a second-generation leader like Joanne Kua, sustaining and future-proofing her company is uppermost in her…

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SARAH SAW A versatile stylist who wears many hats, Sarah has been venturing into video directing and producing lately. She showcases her 16 years of styling experience in our cover feature this month (p.170) LISA BAE Lisa Bae is a fashion stylist and creative consultant based in Los Angeles. Her body of work includes fashion campaigns, editorial shoots and TV commercials. For Tatler, Bae styled the fashion shoot at Joshua Tree National Park (p.102) KIM MUN Skilled in fashion shoots and conceptual portraits, this shutterbug from Hopscotch Photography found his calling in capturing moments when he received a fully manual Olympus camera from his mother. He photographs rug designer Omar Khan for this month’s issue (p.170) PJ LAM Originally from Hong Kong, photographer PJ Lam is now based in New York and Paris. Her work has been…

2 min.
sofia the first

Royal couple Tunku Jamie Nadzimuddin and Che Puan Sarimah Ibrahim gathered their families and friends together to celebrate their daughter Tunku Sofia Najihah’s first birthday. The party was held at Ruyi & Lyn restaurant on July 19, where the air buzzed with nostalgic Disney tunes, giving the usually darkened interiors a family-friendly vibe. Che Puan Sarimah feels incredibly blessed for having Tunku Sofia in her early 40s. “Before Sofia, I was very career-minded. But, then after having a little person in our life, it’s like a massive blessing from God.” Reminiscing on the past year since they had little Sofia, Tunku Jamie shares, “The best thing for us is realising that she’s our bigger purpose in life. Just loving her and watching her grow into her own person has been amazing for…

4 min.
change is the way forward

THERE’S NO STOPPING HER With 20 years of experience in the creative industry, Joanne Lim’s artistic career is dotted with a myriad of pivotal moments, both challenging and rewarding. Upon reflection, Lim recalls that starting a commercial and mall magazine from scratch were two of the most pivotal moments in her career. And now, she’s embarking on a new milestone project with her own design house, photography studio and workspace called S.P.A.C.E. The deceptively simple name is an acronym for Styled Photography + Artistic Curation Extraordinaire. “Stylists and art directors need to evolve too and not only focus on fashion especially now in these uncertain times,” she reasons. Having worked with countless magazines, newspapers plus creative projects with department stores and brands both international and local, Lim aims to make the…