Singapore Tatler Weddings

Singapore Tatler Weddings

November 2017

With exclusive photographs and insider information on Singapore and the region's most spectacular high society weddings, stunning fashion spreads, exquisite jewellery, accessories and more, this bi-annual publication serves as a valuable guide for planning the perfect wedding

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1 min.
hot to trot

The evening air was still and humid from the imminent rain, without a breath of wind—but guests at the Singapore Polo Club seemed not to mind. With their eyes focused on the action before them and a chilled glass of champagne in hand, they watched in respectful silence as some eight finalists from the National Dressage Championships took their handsome horses through the paces at the indoor field. No doubt, the judges Vittorio Barba and Sunil Shivdas had a hard time picking the winners, given the excellent restraint and showmanship demonstrated with their horses. After the prize presentation, riders and their guests adjourned to the bar for congratulatory drinks, light bites and to show off more nifty footwork—this time on the dance floor.…

7 min.
dose up on design

WHETHER WE LIKE it or not, design is ubiquitous. It touches every part of our lives, from the toothbrushes we wield in the morning to the light fixtures that are the last thing we see before we nod off at night, from the feel and look of our phones to the angles and attitude of the buildings where we live, work, shop and play. Good design is timeless and remains relevant for decades or centuries after it debuts. Who hasn’t been humbled and awed by the Pyramids of Giza or the Taj Mahal, hypnotised by the comely contours of a Le Corbusier chaise longue, or marvelled at the pleasing utility of Oxo’s Good Grips kitchen tools? Considering that design plays such a key role in our daily existence, many of us know…

3 min.
clean slate

The refrain, “the laundry isn’t going to clean itself” is no longer relevant, thanks to the innovative minds behind the new Styler by LG Electronics. This slim and sleek machine boasts self-steaming and self-sanitising functions, which eliminate more than 99.9 per cent of germs and bacteria on clothing. It does this via the Moving Hanger feature, which gently shakes clothing 180 times per minute, and works alongside the brand’s TrueSteam technology to remove creases and eliminate unpleasant food, smoke and sweat odours. The LG Styler has a gentle dry-cleaning function that launders clothing without causing shrinkage or damage thanks to the low temperature drying system. While regular drying takes up to 12 hours, this feature achieves the same results in an hour. Another notable feature is the Easy Pants Crease Care,…

2 min.
creative minds

PHILIPPINE TATLER GLAM GIRLS AM ACUZAR, MONICA URQUIJO ZOBEL AND SANDRA Soriano (pictured) are three ladies who, in spite of their youth, have been able to make their marks in their respective industries. The cover stars tell us about their passions and what makes their friendship flourish. Elsewhere, we take an exclusive look at Jean-Paule Goude’s recent exhibition in Milan’s Padiglione D’Arte Contemporanea. INDONESIA TATLER FESTIVE NOTE This Lebaran (Eid al-Fitr) Issue celebrates the festivities that mark the end of Ramadhan, the month of fasting for Muslims. On the cover is Indonesia’s minister of industries, Saleh Husin, and his family. Husin talks about what he does and where he spends Ramadhan. Elsewhere, we profile eco-friendly plastic entrepreneur Sugianto Tandio, and Putri Soedarjo (pictured), head of retail for Bulgari Indonesia and the daughter of MRA Group…

7 min.
the coming of a new dawn

SOUTH AFRICA IS WELL KNOWN for many things but curiously, touring roads is not one of them. If you think the south of France is scenic in places, the coastal roads of Cape Town offer an almost constant swath of spectacular scenery for a 1,000km. Turn inland for 20km and the scenery becomes acres and acres of mature vineyards where some of the world’s best wines are made. This is the exact backdrop that Rolls-Royce wanted its new Dawn to be seen against. A beautiful and regal convertible basking in the sun with two open oceans on one side and vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see into the nearby mountains. While it is related to the production platform that spawned the Wraith, just about every body panel and…

8 min.
behind the velvet rope

WHAT’S THE fiRST THING that comes to mind when you think of Hublot? Its logo boldly emblazoned on the 2014 Fifa World Cup scoreboards in Brazil? Its name on the waistband of Floyd Mayweather’s boxing shorts during the most talked about match against Manny Pacquiao in 2015? (The brand purportedly coughed up US$1m for that honour.) Or maybe its various partnerships with living legends such as Pelé, Usain Bolt, José Mourinho, Lang Lang et al? Or do you cut through the marketese, and view the brand for what it really is: a maker of some really cool mechanical watches and a disrupter in the traditional horological landscape? Its very origins are rooted in anarchy, as Hublot was the first brand to combine a gold case with a rubber strap: founder Carlo…