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Tatler UK October 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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United Kingdom
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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2 min.
tatler contributors

FRANCESCA WHITE Tatler’s Health & Beauty Editor-at-Large, Francesca White, is never without her SPF and Chanel lipstick. That, plus a good exercise class, guarantees her glow. This month she puts London’s gyms to the test to investigate what the capital has to offer. How do the results match up to 2018? ‘Gyms have become more holistic,’ she reveals. ‘Flotation tanks, sound baths and hi-tech facials are just some addons we’ve come to expect today.’ JANE MULKERRINS Journalist and broadcaster Jane Mulkerrins began her career at The Sunday Times. She moved to New York in 2010, and now writes for The Times, The Telegraph and The Guardian. Her interviewees include Gwyneth Paltrow, George Clooney and Stormy Daniels. On interviewing Liv Tyler for this issue, Jane says: ‘It’s not often a celebrity invites you into…

3 min.
ascot 2019

‘THIS WOULD BE A FINE place for a race,’ Queen Anne declared on first seeing the land that, 308 years later, still holds a particular fascination for the royals. This year, there was splendour as the rain fell and records were rewritten – Ascot is, after all, still the finest place for a race. It was a safe bet the Queen would be the fashion frontrunner – but no one could have predicted how strong Her Majesty’s style influence would be on day one. From Zara Philips’ indigo floral to Princess Beatrice’s broderie lace, royals mingled beneath a canopy of umbrellas in a spectrum of blue – as per their matriarch herself, in pastel Angela Kelly. One Windsor, however, stood out even more than most. For, if Ascot 2018 belonged to Meghan,…

1 min.
aisle be there

There was almost a visit to A&E at Olivia Marquis and Will Jaffray’s wedding, when the bride and groom, dancing jubilantly on the shoulders of Felipe Massu and Will MacAlpine, toppled to the floor. Fortunately, there were no injuries at One Great George Street, where guests convened from St Luke’s Church in Chelsea for dinner, tear-jerking speeches and an unexpected serenade from Florence Woodruff. Everyone wanted the party to go on and on – especially Rosanna Walker, Julia Oliphant and Irene Pineda, who continued to dance even after the music had finished.…

1 min.
top of the lake

It was the talk of the town – would Yana Peel turn up for her great gala? Her name was still on the invitation – but events had overtaken her. At the Serpentine Summer Party, hosted with Chanel, actresses swept across the lawns with their 2.55s towards Coco’s Bar, where art-world darlings like Flora Ogilvy and Charlotte Colbert discussed the Junya Ishigami pavilion over Ladurée macarons. Sadiq Khan was deep in mayoral conversation with Michael Bloomberg, Leon and Yana Max were down from Easton Neston andTexan couture collector Becca Cason Thrash nipped over en route to Paris Couture Week. PHOTOGRAPHS: CAMERA PRESS; DARREN GERRISH; GETTY IMAGES; INSTAGRAM/FLORARTEVISTE; SHUTTERSTOCK; RICHARD YOUNG…

1 min.
wrap stars

Hardly a subdued space as it is, the William Kent room at the family’s hotel, The Ritz, was a riot of colour when Fizzy Barclay hosted a tea to celebrate 21 years of Janavi cashmere (and a new collection). Nina Campbell, Amanda Eliasch and Katharina Flohr came draped in embroidered, jewel-bright shawls by Janavi, hand-delivered to them the day before, and toasted founder Jyotika Jhalani and Fizzy herself, on the eve of her 60th birthday. It was, as Louisa Parker Bowles put it, ‘fabulously Fizzy.’…

1 min.
bidding genius

The Cotswold crew were out in force at a fundraising dinner for The Dinosaur Trust held at Daylesford in Kingham. Tycoons, European royals and, of course, the Bamford clan gathered for delicious fare and heated bidding at the live auction. The lots for sale (including a football masterclass with David Beckham and a driving lesson with Jeremy Clarkson) were so sought after that Olly Barker had to tell one husband and wife that they were actually bidding against each other. Half a million raised, guests danced till dawn to a set by DJ Ainsley May – flown in specially from Ibiza.…