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

País:
Singapore
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Tatler Asia Limited
Periodicidad:
Back issues only
3,58 €(IVA inc.)

en este número

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…

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2 min.
living by design

ONE OF MY FAVOURITE channels on cable television is HGTV. I especially enjoy Property Brothers and Kitchen Cousins, but not just because it’s wickedly satisfying watching good-looking men tidy up houses—their ability to make a living space functional yet visually pleasing speaks to the ataxophobic in me. These programmes are simple proof that design can change our lives. It’s not even a want these days; people need good design to rescue them from poorly organised spaces, to work faster and function more efficiently, and basically, get on with things. Just think how quickly we give up on a new mobile phone whose operating system lags, or how a faulty lift button raises our blood pressure levels, but you get the idea. Design is now ever more important, given the time-starved lives we…

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2 min.
easy on the eye

WITH A THEME LIKE LIVING by Design, it is only apt our two main photo shoots this issue involve interiors so gorgeous, we almost found reason to never go outside. Take the elaborate Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades exhibition presented at the Louis Vuitton Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands, where our cover shoot took place. The indoor jungle haven featuring a collection of foldable furniture and travel accessories is meant to show off the savoir faire of the visionary designers behind the collection—which it does successfully—but Dana Cheong, our cover girl, made lounging on the hammock by Atelier Oï so effortless, you never would have guessed she almost fell off it several times. But we are glad to report no live plants or humans were harmed during this production. Hair and make-up…

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2 min.
contributors

GRACE MA The features and lifestyle journalist charts the work of the Singapore International Foundation over the last 25 years in Making Friends, Doing Good (p.56) What’s the best investment parents can do for their kids? Instilling a love for learning and exploring. What’s your guilty pleasure? Drinking bubble tea. What’s your signature dish? Shepherd’s pie. ANDRE LAM A dentist by profession, the veteran motoring correspondent drives the Rolls-Royce Dawn along the spectacular coastlines of Cape Town (p.162) What’s your best money ever spent? On my Porsche 911 GT3 RS. What’s your worst habit? Having a Coke with every meal. Who would you most like to be stuck in a lift with? A toss-up between the lift repairman and Jennifer Lopez. DARREN GABRIEL LEOW The up-and-coming photographer reveals the prowess of the queen of the jungle in Force of Nature (p.96) What’s your worst habit? Buying clothes and giving…

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2 min.
should your home be as brand conscious as your wardrobe?

YES FANTY SOENARDY I’d say yes! And I’m already working on it. I want to feel good when I’m at home, so what better than to indulge in a comfortable and fashionably decorated sanctuary? Every home is a reflection of its owner’s personality and taste. I like fashion, so my home reflects it. Also, no matter how beautiful the latest outfits on the runway are, there’s a limit as to how much I can wear on my body. So I indulge in decorating my home with items from my favourite fashion brands. This means getting my sofa set from Fendi in the incredibly soft lambskin used for its handbags, down to using its furry Karlitos as well as Hermès’ rodeo charms as adorable ornaments for my indoor plants. I’m also very fond of animals…

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1 min.
mighty fine

BEFORE THEY GO ON AUCTION from September this year, cognac connoisseurs can come up-close to a rare trio of Louis XIII by Remy Martin. A tribute to the legendary cognac’s journey through the ages and continents, the L’Odyssée d’un Roi, containing a special blend of precious eaux de vie from Grande Champagne in France, will make a pit stop in Singapore from July 25 to 28, as part of its year-long journey through the culture capitals of the world. Accompanying the Louis XIII cognacs on this epic journey are three French luxury houses that have contributed their own centuries-old savoir faire to creating the one-of-a-kind masterpieces—fashion house Hermès for the hand-stitched leather trunk, silversmith Puiforcat for the white gold pipette, and crystal glass manufacturer Saint-Louis for the decanter and glasses. Each of…

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