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Tatler UK

Tatler UK April 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
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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Monthly
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this month on tatler.com

EASTER EGGS THAT ARE TOO GOOD FOR CHILDREN The most inventive, glamorous and delicious chocolate creations. That’s the Easter spirit. How to throw the ultimate children’s party Crackerjack party planners Sharky & George share their top tips, including what to play, what to do when everyone starts crying and when to hand out the sweets. WIN A TRACTOR! Our friends at the Vintage Garden Tractor Company are giving you the chance to win your very own tractor, worth £4,500 (go to page 60 to see Sophia Money-Coutts tear around Chelsea on one). Flatten everything to enter at tatler.com/win-a-tractor* WHAT WOULD NANCY DO? OUR FAVOURITE MITFORD SISTER’S SOLUTIONS TO MODERN CONUNDRUMS * FOR TERMS & CONDITIONS, GO TO TATLER.COM. PHOTOGRAPHS: GETTY IMAGES, ISTOCK, STEVE SCHOFIELD…

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contributors

HERMIONE EYRE Hermione talks to sassy ex-spook Charlotte Bingham (page 48) What’s your worst habit? I tangle wires with my personal force field. What phrase or word do you overuse the most? ‘If you eat your broccoli, then maybe…’ What’s your signature dance move? Bouncy. What super-power would you most like to have? Stock-market prescience. GUY PEWSEY Guy raises that most important of questions – which Mitford sister are you? (page 70) What’s your favourite joke? What did the leper say to the prostitute? ‘Keep the tip.’ What would be your death-row meal? A bucket of fried chicken and a bottle of Ruinart Rosé. What phrase do you overuse the most? ‘I can say that – I’m gay.’ What’s your go-to fancy-dress costume? Anything involving a skirt. I love getting my legs out. GRANT JAMES-THOMAS Grant James-Thomas photographs poet and actress Greta Bellamacina (page 94) What’s your favourite joke? Where does a poor…

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here’s looking at… shonagh marshall

Fashion curator Shonagh Marshall’s aim is to ‘capture an audience’s imagination in different ways’ – which means exhibitions, films, books and any other media she can think of. Shonagh learnt her craft while archiving the Alexander McQueen collection for the Met’s Savage Beauty exhibition. Then came work with the Isabella Blow Foundation and at Somerset House. Since then she has set up her own company, Ground Floor Project, recently putting on Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion about posing in contemporary photography, in collaboration with the Outnet. She’s based in Spitalfields and her twin obsessions are text panels and public swimming pools. As Daphne Guinness (who owns the Isabella Blow collection) has pointed out, she could fill a book with her pool reviews. Either that or a radio show on…

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teal

Find your zeal for teal because it’s not just back – it’s back with blue bells on. The appeal of this teal is partly the feel: satins and silken tassels, sequins and velvet. Spring’s big teal reveal has a party spiel. Fancy-schmancy with a hint of genteel. Bows and epaulettes, sashes and slits. So let out a peal and unseal that zeal. Because we kneel before teal and although it’s surreal, we cannot repeal the real deal… that is teal. PS Even smalls we conceal are also teal. So when it’s time for the big reveal… guess what? Yup, teal. STILL-LIFES: PIXELEYES. PHOTOGRAPH: GETTY IMAGES. EDITED BY FRANCESCA WHITE…

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pencil skirts

Oh, so pencil skirts are at it again. Playing up. Acting out. Every now and then, they get tired of being the straight woman and make a bid for the spotlight. Frankly, it’s all a bit show-offy. Nothing is too busy for them this season. They have set their sights on brocade, lace, sheer and wispy, barely there chiffon. They have claimed bold prints and pattern-du-jour chevrons, not to mention sequins and gingham. And to make matters worse, they are demanding clashingly bright bags, ankle socks, snazzy heels, enormous earrings and pouffy shirts as their closest companions. It’s an ensemble of exhibitionism. Bold move, guys. Very bold indeed… STILL-LIFES: PIXELEYES. PHOTOGRAPH: GETTY IMAGES. EDITED BY FRANCESCA WHITE…

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the it list

(no relation) KEEP IT IN CHECK If you’re heading stateside any time soon, make a beeline for Bottega Veneta’s New York maison on Madison Avenue. Not only is it shiny and new, it’s their biggest store ever. Swing by to pick up something spectacular like this Latte Nero Intrecciato Palio Nappa Leather bag. bottegaveneta.com THE CUFF OF DREAMS Cleopatra. Boudicca. Wonder Woman. There is something very warrior queen about a cuff. Conquer nations wearing it. Bring powerful men into your submission. Cross oceans with your fleet, wearing a large bear skin. Or just, er, wear this Messika 18ct white-gold and diamond ‘My Twin’ cuff to a party. messika.com DITSY BITSY If you like floral prints and monochrome, a bit of unusual off-the-shoulder action with a handful of frills thrown in, then this Proenza Schouler dress is the one…