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Tatler UK

Tatler UK March 2018

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
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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Monthly
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here comes the dog

WISH YOU WERE SOMEWHERE WARMER? All you need to do is read the Tatler Travel Guide 2018, which contains reviews of the 101 best hotels in the world and is now online. THIS MONTH ON TATLER.COM It’s the site for sore eyes that just keeps giving THE WEDDING INSTAGRAM RULES Whether you’re the bride, groom, mother-in-law or a guest at the ‘fun table’, Instagramming at weddings is always political. Fortunately, we’re here to point you in the right #blessed direction so you’ll never get it wrong again. Roses are dead, violets are too… What not to say on Valentine’s Day, including ‘Would you like to hear the poem I’ve written for you?’ PHOTOGRAPHS: GETTY IMAGES, REX FEATURES…

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contributors

DAVID JENKINS David meets the irrepressible, irresistible Christina Oxenberg (page 116) What’s your worst habit? Being a know-all. What’s the phrase you overuse the most? ‘Down to Gehenna or up to the Throne / He travels the fastest who travels alone.’ What never fails to make you laugh? Joy in the Morning by PG Wodehouse. What would be your death-row meal? Oysters, grilled Dover sole, île flottante. LUCIA O’CONNOR-McCARTHY Lucia photographs the healthiest girls in the land (page 52) What’s your favourite joke? Skeleton walks into a bar. Barman says, ‘What’ll you have?’ Skeleton says, ‘Gimme a beer and a mop.’ What’s the phrase or word you most overuse? I say ‘right’ at the end of everything. What’s your worst habit? Biting my nails. If you could get away with one crime, what would it be? Rigging the lottery, probably. SOPHIA SPRING Sophia…

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sara by worth

New York-based fashion PR Sara has been in the business for 20 years, starting out when she was 19 and launching her own ‘boutique consultancy’ in the summer of 2016. Her clients include Lauren Santo Domingo, Charlotte Olympia, Tabitha Simmons and Adam Lippes, although she adds that it’s ‘a blurry line between client and friend’. Her company has no website or logo – ‘I wanted it to be the antithesis of the big-brand agency,’ she says. ‘It really is just me and an extension of me through my team.’ Sara’s work has her travelling constantly, with her son Albert (known as ‘Froggers’) always in tow. She got pregnant two months after she launched the business – ‘You have one baby and then you have another,’ she laughs. Home is Park Slope…

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colourful checks...

...are an act of public service. Who, right now, doesn’t need cheering up? Who is suffering from a vulgarity of optimism and good cheer? Because these absurd, colourful checks are... funny. They’re not fashion trying to be witty – they are actually funny. Rewind 30 years and this is what we were told Americans imagined we wore, Rupert Bear-style. This is shouty, laughy, silly, Glow-cess-terr style. Hard to maintain that po-face in a full-on tartan trouser. Tricky to be gloomy and grumpy in a comedy checked coat. This is a rare moment when fashion’s good humour shines through. Bask in it. AR…

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polka dots

Ooh, this feels Eighties and graphic and simple and joyful, doesn’t it? What’s not to like about dotty old dotty dots in black, white and red? Minnie Mouse. One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Betty Boop. Innocent and yet knowing. Upbeat but unpretentious and easy. Girlie but not twee. Loud but not arrogant. A pattern that isn’t really a pattern because, in an odd way, polka dots kind of feel like infinity. Like a lazy yet brilliant comment on the time/space continuum. Because if we thought about it too deeply, it could send us... well... dotty. AR…

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oversized earrings

How big is too big? Glad you asked. The bigger the absolutely bloody better. Can’t be too big. Vast. Gargantuan. What they are saying is: ‘Be a bird of paradise and find the joy in dressing up again and shine and dance and glitter and twirl.’ These earrings are, above all else, frivolous. Flighty. They are not attempting to be mysterious. They are the sparkling embodiment of fun. ‘Oh, those are rather fun’ is, this spring, not an insult... AR STILL-LIFES: PIXELEYES. PHOTOGRAPH: PATRICK DEMARCHELIER/CONDÉ NAST/CONTOUR BY GETTY IMAGES…