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Tatler UK August 2019

Tatler is mischievous, glamorous, intelligent and fun, providing an insider’s view of what is really happening in British society with a compelling mix of fashion, the arts, politics, people, parties and glamour.

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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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RICHARD DENNEN Editor Creative Director TOM USHER Managing Editor LOUISA PARKER BOWLES Associate Editor SACHA FORBES Senior Editor DAVID JENKINS Fashion Director SOPHIE PERA Fashion Market Editor OLIVIA BENNETT Beauty & Lifestyle Editor LILY WORCESTER Bookings Editor POPPY EVANS Jewellery Editor EUGENIE EVANS LOMBE Contributing Fashion Editors PETRA FLANNERY, MIMI WADE Contributing Style Editor JAMES BROWN Health & Beauty Editor-at-Large FRANCESCA WHITE Contributing Beauty Editor AMELIA LIANA Senior Fashion Assistant LYDIE HARRISON Fashion Assistant CHANDLER TREGASKES Fashion Intern DAVINA MOTION Features Director CLARE CONWAY Commissioning Editor DANIELLE LAWLER Features Associate FRANCESCA CARINGTON Editor-at-Large EMMA ELWICK-BATES Travel Editor DELILAH KHOMO Arts Editor HELEN ROSSLYN Special Correspondent NATALIE LIVINGSTONE LA Correspondent LUCIANA BELLINI Editorial Assistant ELIZ AKDENIZ Deputy Art Director JAQUI DOYLE Picture Editor MUFFIE SPROAT Bystander Photographers LARA ARNOTT, JAMES D KELLY Copy Chief KAREN CHUNG Deputy Copy Chief HOLLY BRUCE SUPPLEMENTS Managing Editor HOLLY ROSS Education Editor TORI CADOGAN Weddings Editor ASTRID JOSS Art Director SCOTT MOORE Deputy Art Director AMANDA BEER Art Editor ANJA WOHLSTROM Designer SAM TOTTY Photo Editor…

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NATALIE LIVINGSTONE Natalie Livingstone is a Londonbased journalist, author and Special Correspondent atTatler. Her debut book, Mistresses of Cliveden, was a Sunday Times bestseller. This issue, she reconsiders Cliveden’s most famous chatelaine – the first female MP to take her seat, Nancy Astor, who received the house as a wedding gift. ‘The spirit of Nancy pervades Cliveden,’ says its current owner. ‘It’s the most magical place. I love every single alcove, nook and crevice.’ DANIELLE LAWLER This month, Tatler’s Commissioning Editor, Danielle Lawler, headed to Newmarket to meet racing presenter Francesca Cumani at her new home. ‘Everything she wore for our shoot looked totally incredible, but when she nuzzled up to the horses in a Christian Dior frock coat, it was clear she was on to a winner. Her heart absolutely belongs in…

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kors célèbre

The queue at JFK was even bigger than usual the morning after the Met Ball. There had never been any doubt that a glamour gang would rush back to London to celebrate the opening of Michael Kors’ newest store at the smart end of Bond Street. Kate Moss led the fashion grandees over the Atlantic and on to dinner at Beck at Brown’s Hotel. The two chicest earls’ daughters in town were there too – the ladies Campbell and Windsor – as well as those elegant actresses that no London fete is complete without: Gala Gordon and Cressida Bonas, who hung on the every word of their French cinematic idol, Isabelle Huppert.…

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hit the deck

So many people attended the launch of Daisy Knatchbull’s women’s tailoring company The Deck, she was forced into a last-minute venue change – 450 friends showed up to Wild by Tart. ‘Everyone knew everyone,’ says Daisy, as Tatiana Mountbatten, Harry Dalmeny, Flora Gill, Laurent Feniou and Daisy’s father, the Hon Philip Knatchbull, piled in for Casa Cruz canapés and 30kg of Exmoor caviar. The espresso martinis had everyone dancing to a special set by the Bloom Twins, Daisy lost her phone with her speech on it, and the party continued for hours after its 9.30pm cut-off.…

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epic save

More than half a century on from Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, a new generation of swans returned to Manhattan’s Plaza Hotel for aballo in maschera for Save Venice. The Artist and Muse theme captured the imagination of New York High Society, who came to dine and dance under red, glitter-covered Roman statues. Hamish Bowles handed out the prizes for best masks – though co-hostess Lauren Santo Domingo was unable to take part, having left hers behind as she rushed out the door en route to the venue. With $1.2 million raised for La Serenissima, it was another late night in the city that never sleeps.…

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she’s got it maid

Consider employing a therapist for your nanny, instructs the employer advice section of one exclusive agency website. Should one even think to ask a nanny to place her used coffee cup in the dishwasher (never yours – that would be nanny abuse), onemust consider her feelings first and foremost. Is the mere act of asking insensitive? Would she prefer you washed up the cup? After all, she is the most valuable member of the ‘team’. Welcome to the new Upstairs Downstairs – except that it is now Upstairs Upstairs. Or even Downstairs Upstairs: a world in which domestic staff are no longer called ‘staff ’, but simply referred to as ‘talent’. ‘The worm has turned,’ says Chris Harvey of Octant, a strategic brand consultancy and trend forecaster. One must regard one’s…

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