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Tatler UK

Tatler UK September 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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2 min.
parties

PLAYING TO THE GALLERIES Pink was the hue du jour at the V&A summer party (in partnership with Harrods, hosted by Tristram Hunt and V&A chairman Nicholas Coleridge), from the powder-pink ice-cream carts to the rose-coloured punch. Mary Charteris (hair: pink) DJed as Princess Beatrice, Gwendoline Christie, the Duchess of Rutland and Grayson Perry partied, and the Camerons held court by the bar. Just as the night seemed over, magenta chilli tequila shots pepped it up. POLO LOCO At the Cartier Queen’s Cup in Windsor Great Park, the Queen (a picture in powder blue) surveyed the scene from the Royal Box, alongside the Duke of Edinburgh and Cartier’s Laurent Feniou. Bloody Marys kick-started proceedings, followed by lunch at flower-festooned tables – Sabine Getty ‘loved the pink flamingoes dotted around the tent’. Later, Olympia…

6 min.
bought to book

The day my book - advance cheque cleared I went to Selfridges. I didn’t mean to. It just happened, in the way that helpless, head-rush shopping does. I had good intentions for the money. A publisher pays an author an advance to stop her starving in her garret as she writes the book. It is there to free her from daily concerns – the rent, the broadband bill – while she communes with her muse. The advance, modest but not miserly, would free me for a few months from the merry-go-round of freelance journalism – six pieces a week, deadlines every day – while I wrote the 80,000 words in my contract. I would eat tinned sardines on sourdough toast. I would grow my hair long and save on haircuts.…

1 min.
happy hunting

Acknowledged as a treasure trove of inspiration and design direction, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is the place to set your decorating compass. Whether you’re looking to revamp an entire property or find a selection of finishing touches, you’ll discover superb craftsmanship and artistry from the biggest and most creative names in the luxury interior industry, all at one address. You need a sumptuous armchair and a heritage-style bar for fireside relaxation in your hunting lodge? Here, in the 120 showrooms – which house 600 of the world’s most prestigious luxury brands – you are sure to find couture furniture, lighting, fabrics and accessories that hit the mark. Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, Lots Road, London, SW10 0XE Please visit dcch.co.uk @designcentrech @DesignCentreChelseaHarbour @DesignCentreCH The Experts PAOLO MOSCHINO & PHILIP VERGEYLEN Paolo Moschino bought Nicholas Haslam Ltd in 1995; Philip Vergeylen…

1 min.
full pelt

It’s time to saddle up for a sartorial safari: the big five animal trend has stampeded into the new season. There was Balenciaga, which went all nu-rave with multi-coloured leopard print, and Halpern, which had sightings of sequined zebra print. Shrimps dominated its category with experimental colours and shapes in faux fur, while Christopher Kane showed his inner animal with his own take on the raunchy illustrated sex manual by Alex Comfort. And the beast with one back that we all wanted to see? London-born Gareth Pugh’s avant-garde leopard-print coat, of course. STILL-LIFE: PIXELEYES. FOR STOCKISTS, SEE ADDRESS BOOK…

1 min.
papa don’t preach

Autumn/Winter 2018 has seen fashion houses bowing to all things divine. At Dolce & Gabbana, models resplendent in oversized and lavishly embellished crosses and black lace veils emerged from an arch that had been designed to look like the gates of heaven. Meanwhile, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood shepherded in habit-like veils, and Fendi played on a monochromatic, monastic palette. It goes without saying, however, that the ecclesiastical summit of the year was the Met’s Heavenly Bodies exhibition in New York. Of the many highlights of its opening night gala, a gem was the moment Madonna, dressed in a black hooded vestment and mimicking a priest receiving Holy Communion, sang her immortal lyrics: ‘When you call my name it’s like a little prayer/I’m down on my knees, I wanna take you…

2 min.
all hail the queen

As the A/W 18 catwalk season arrives, one thing will be at the forefront of everyone’s mind: looking fabulous. For red-carpet treatments to satisfy the chicest fashionista – perhaps you want lips to match Chanel’s revolutionary new lipstick or a glow that won’t be eclipsed by Van Cleef & Arpel’s A/W collection – Dr Rita Rakus will work her magic, backed up by her A-Team of cosmetic professionals: Dr Galyna Selezneva, body-contouring and CoolSculpting guru, and Mr Kambiz Golchin, the plastic surgeon extraordinaire who leads the clinic’s surgical laser and advanced injectables department. Dr Selezneva will help you fit into that perfect designer dress with the aid of ‘The Wriggler’. Using electromagnetic currents to stimulate deep layers of muscle, it works wonders in just six 30-minute sessions (how do you think…