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Tatler UK October 2021

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.

Land:
United Kingdom
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English
Udgiver:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
Frekvens:
Monthly
43,24 kr.(Inkl. moms)
314,18 kr.(Inkl. moms)
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tatler contributors

Michael Roberts The veteran fashion editor and stylist Michael Roberts has worked everywhere from The New Yorker to Vanity Fair – and, of course, Tatler, where he was a star in the 1980s as the magazine’s style and art director. In this month’s Sicily travel special he writes of his love for Taormina. ‘I like the way the island goes on. I love the way it is not questioned, the mixing of cultures here,’ he says. Does he plan to go away any time soon? ‘I’ve travelled a lot with my friend Rupert Everett and he thinks that my life has been reduced to spending time in Chateau Marmont, Sloane Street and Sicily. I am staying right here at my home in Taormina. I wouldn’t dream of going anywhere else at…

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tatler.com

RULE BRIT-ANYA Watch as this month’s cover star Anya Taylor-Joy takes our Britishness quiz in Tea with Tatler. Does the actress know her Tube lines? Can she name all six of Henry VIII’s wives? Find out now in our video online BEAUTIFUL AND BOHO With Anya Taylor-Joy starring in Last Night in Soho as a 1960s singer, we look at the decade’s real-life It girls COSTUME DRAMA The Met Ball returns – and we bring you the hottest looks straight from the red carpet MEET THE MURDOCHS As Charlotte Murdoch Freud speaks out about her family, we reveal a who’s who of Rupert’s clan MADE IN MANHATTAN Photographer Simon Upton takes you inside the homes of the great and the good in the Big Apple The Court Circular Sign up for The Court Circular newsletter and gain exclusive access to the…

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hats off to a mad, mad world

Guests dressed up to the nines when Atalanta Thornton belatedly celebrated her 21st at home in Wiltshire, with a Mad Hatter-meets-Glastonbury party. Atalanta wore three different outfits, while the marquee was decorated to the brief of ‘Westminster Abbey vibes – like Kate and Wills’s wedding’. The partygoers drank rosé, danced until 6am and DJed into the early hours at the camping spot nearby. The celebrations continued at breakfast – a plentiful spread of croissants, sausage rolls and Alka-Seltzer.…

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happy hump day

It was wedding videographer Kitty Jenks’s turn when she married Max Wrey at St Mary the Virgin church in Frensham, Surrey. The couple proceeded on camels to the reception at Kitty’s family home – not entirely to the animals’ delight: one of them, also called Max, had to be calmed down before joining the festivities. In the marquee, which was dressed in blue bunting and flowers, the crowd went wild for Van Morrison’s Brown Eyed Girl, along with other anthems that fuelled the revelry into the early hours.…

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need for speed

It was the talk of the town: would Tom Cruise complete a speed social marathon from Goodwood to Wimbledon, then to Wembley for the Euros final? Well, of course. And where better to start than at the Festival of Speed? At Cartier’s Style et Luxe lunch on the lawn outside Goodwood House, judges Marc Newson and Sir Jony Ive held court with Matthew Freud, and the Duke of Richmond’s handsome brood included Charlie March and his girlfriend, Eléonore Decaux. No buffet lunch this year sadly (Covid regulations), but as Cartier’s MD Laurent Feniou joked, ‘It’s actually much chicer to have it plated.’…

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marriage alla moda

POPES, ARISTOCRATS, Emperor Nero’s mother and the richest man in pre-Imperial Rome have all cut a dash in the hillside town of Frascati, 12 miles southeast of Rome. But none dazzled as Lady Kitty Spencer did over the three days and nights of her wedding to her South African beau, Michael Lewis, in July. It was an extravaganza to put even a Windsor wedding in the shade – though, alas, Lady Kitty didn’t wear the Spencer tiara that her late aunt, Princess Diana, wore when she married Prince Charles. Among the 170 guests were the titled (the Marquess and Marchioness of Bath; Lady Lara, Lady Eliza and Lady Amelia Spencer), the beautiful (Sabrina Elba and Oliver Cheshire), the elegant (Maye Musk – Elon’s mother – and Jade Dunkerton) and the hip…

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