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Tatler Philippines

Tatler Philippines

January 2021

Every month, Tatler Philippines takes you behind the scenes and reveals the fascinating lives and stories of influential people in business, cultural, social and sporting life of the Philippines. The ultimate arbiter of high society, taste and glamour, Philippine Tatler provides exclusive coverage of the best local and international events. The magazine provides our highly affluent and cosmopolitan readers with essential information on the finer things such as arts and culture, business, travel, trends, and food or wine.

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Philippines
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Tatler Asia Limited
Periodicidad:
Monthly
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12 Números

en este número

2 min.
around asia

TATLER HONG KONG On the cover of this month’s issue of Tatler Hong Kong is Veronica Chou, the founder of eco-friendly clothing and accessories brand Everybody & Everyone and a daughter of textile and fashion tycoon Silas Chou. She discusses the importance of embracing green fashion practices. tatlerhongkong.com TATLER INDONESIA Albert Pramono, the CEO and founder of Accossa, an engineering firm specialising in eco-friendly, prefabricated buildings, discusses his latest project, Kinetic Farm, which is located in the new town of Golf Island in north Jakarta. The development features a working farm and a store that aims to promote environmentalism in the city. tatlerindonesia.com TATLER MALAYSIA Winnie Loo, the award-winning founder of A Cut Above Hair Salon and Hairstyling Academy, looks back on her 41 years of experience in this month’s Time Travel feature. Now 64,…

1 min.
tatlerphilippines.com

A VERY TATLER NEW YEAR Log on to Tatler online and feel inspired by our Tatler friends’ new year’s resolutions. Discover everything new—from fashion to dining—to prepare for a memorable year ahead. It’s time to start the year fresh and fun, don’t miss it for the world! ON SPOTIFY Did you know that Tatler Philippines has curated playlists on our Spotify account? Bop and sing along for hours with the year’s newest tracks or classic songs of the century. TATLERGRAMS Prepare for a momentous year ahead with new goals. Whether venturing into a new lifestyle or visiting a new destination, tag us (@tatlerphilippines) on Instagram or use the hashtag #TatlergramsPH when posting your new year’s resolutions! Follow us on social media @tatlerphilippines Images Andreas Dress/Unsplash (Tatler New Year); Cofohint Esin/Unsplash(On Spotify);Julia M Cameron/Pexels(Tatlergrams)…

2 min.
off to a great start

Welcome to 2021! As we embark on a new journey, we hope that everyone is optimistic about the coming year and wiser from the lessons of 2020. The vaccine is on everyone’s minds. Since this gives hope for all, let us still continue to be vigilant and patient that this miracle will be upon us soon. We wanted to start the year on the right foot, giving you youthfulness, beauty, brightness and creativity all encased in our cover girl, Paloma Urquijo Zobel. She is no stranger to the covers of Tatler. She first came out with her mum, Bea Zobel Jr in February 2009 as one of the debutantes in le Bal des Débutantes that year. Then in July 2019 as part of Generation T. This month she takes centre stage.…

1 min.
the guest list

SHAIRA LUNA Fascinated by everything from the past, this photographer loves getting lost in flea markets and old neighbourhoods wherever in the world she may be. Luna collects vintage clothing and other treasures that help create her many nostalgic and dreamy photo stories. For this issue’s cover, she captured the vibrant and beautiful Paloma Urquijo Zobel. Check out her colourful Instagram feed at @shairaluna. CORINNE REDFERN Redfern is a multi award-winning investigative journalist for The Fuller Project—a global nonprofit journalism organisation reporting on issues affecting women. Based between Manila and Milan, she has reported on gender-based violence and the exploitation of women and children in the Philippines for the New York Times magazine, the Washington Post, Foreign Policy and The Guardian, among others. Currently waiting out the pandemic in Italy, she spends her…

3 min.
from betsy’s brush

At 21, Betsy Westendorp left her home in Spain to follow her one true love, Antonio Brias, to Manila. Since then, she has impressively assimilated into Philippine society and embraced her second home. In Manila, too, she resumed her art, started at 13 but interrupted by her marriage, her move to Manila and the fact that Brias was not so keen on seeing his young bride pick up the brush again. Painting on the sly while her husband was at work, Westendorp started with portraiture, which immediately drew a steady flow of clientele. Brias must have known but perhaps elected to turn the other way. She also started to paint flowers but segued to landscapes, seascapes and clouds. That was 60 years of work and today, in many a home…

6 min.
health is wealth

EMBRACING THERAPY The pandemic has made it clear that anxiety comes in all shapes and spares no one. Once seen as taboo, or deemed only for those with “serious issues”, therapy is being embraced as a normal part of keeping our mental health in check. Whether it’s in the form of classic Jungian psychology, esoteric Theta healing or straightforward life coaching, speaking to someone about our worries and emotions has become an acceptable and more commonplace practice. www.jungcirclecenter.ph; www.thirdeyeonline.com; www.kimilu.com FITNESS AT HOME Even if the gyms have started to open, at home workouts are here to stay. Practical and time saving, exercising at home has never been more exciting or elaborate. From one-on-one zoom coaching to having your own personal spin bike, the options are limitless. Studios such as Ride Revolution, Saddle…