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Tatler UK

Tatler UK May 2020

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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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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tatler contributors

AMELIA WINDSOR For this month’s travel section, Amelia Windsor visited an eco retreat in Panama to determine if luxury and sustainability can go hand in hand. ‘I’ve never been that far away in my life, especially by myself, so it was quite an adventure,’ she says. What did she take from the experience? ‘Destinations can be more sustainable if people put their minds to it. It makes a place so much more interesting and exciting when you know about all the amazing initiatives they have.’ SAM KNIGHT London-based Sam Knight is a staff writer at The New Yorker. He has profiled many British politicians, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, and has been published in The Guardian and Financial Times. He met Jake Fiennes at the Holkham Estate to talk about the realities…

1 min.
frozen assets

The atmosphere was anything but icy in the Swiss Alps as Donella Bossi Pucci Tarantelli and Beatrice Vincenzini celebrated their 50th birthdays at Gstaad Yacht Club, where high society mingled with the jet set. Geordie Greig amused the throng with his Ode to Bea and Donella. The pair are ‘Gstaad’s crown jewels’, he rhymed, ‘there are no others quite so bella.’ Versifying done, it was time for dancing. The Countess of Snowdon shimmied with Renee Rockefeller, while the kids, led by India Warrender, sloped off to GreenGo at the Gstaad Palace, then on to a mountain rave. Their parents, however, were the ones who danced the night away, arriving home last of all.…

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change of art

Guests swept into New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art with graceful curiosity for a night dedicated to the newly renovated British Galleries, which reopened after six years of work – with almost 700 pieces of decorative art and design on view. More than 1,000 guests, including Zac Posen and David Miliband, attended the gala. The sight of the marvellous floors of the dining room from Kirtlington Park made one guest think of her own ballroom and ask for tips on how best to restore water-damaged floorboards. The night came to a close with emotional speeches – and no doubt in anyone’s mind that the British are back.…

2 min.
covered in glory

For stockists, see Address Book. Hair: Oskar Pera at David Artists using Evo. Make-up: Pablo Rodriguez using Illamasqua. Nails: Chisato Yamamoto at David Artists using YSL Beauty. Photographer’s assistant: Kadare Aliu. Fashion assistant: Gabriele Rizzi. Jewellery assistant: Livia Primo-Lack. Hair assistant: Alejandra Correa. Make-up assistant: Coco Hirani. Model: Fanny François at IMG. Creative production: Poppy Evans. With thanks to Spring Studios…

3 min.
spring into summer

AS THE SEASON BEGINS TO TURN, the prospect of summer can leave anyone feeling a little less comfortable within their cosier winter silhouette. But, visit a certain discreet, celebrity-endorsed Knightsbridge establishment and you’ll be left with the sense that the sun can’t come soon enough. After more than 25 years, Dr Rita Rakus Clinic has become the go to haven for game-changing aesthetic and anti-ageing treatments, offering the latest advanced technology and the very best experts. Dr Rakus’ highly regarded ‘Body Squad’ can offer a top-to-toe transformation, whether clients are looking for one treatment or a full ‘Mummy Makeover’. The clinic has a huge array of machines for face and body, led by body-contouring expert Dr Galyna Selezneva along with Dr Rakus herself, who is a global ambassador for BTL Aesthetics.…

3 min.
fresh prints

CELINA D’ABO Is There Room for Bruce?, 2016 ‘Find the extraordinary in the ordinary’ is something my mother always says when it comes to looking for art, and this vibrant print by Jamian Juliano-Villani encapsulates just that. I was immediately drawn to Is There Room for Bruce? while I was working for House of Voltaire, a non-profit gallery behind the Royal Academy, and I have had a bit of a thing for collecting surrealist prints ever since. This vibrant composition hangs in my bathroom next to the window, so when I am lying in the bath I get lost in the weird and wonderful distorted shapes – you almost feel as if you are in Alice in Wonderland, tumbling down the rabbit hole. The magic of surrealism is being pulled into fantasy…