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Tatler UK October 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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United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
4,90 €(sis. verot)
35,55 €(sis. verot)
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EARL SIMMS British hairstylist Earl Simms counts Nicole Kidman, Sienna Miller and Saoirse Ronan among his clients. This issue, he was reunited with Jenna Coleman – another of his regulars – for the Tatler cover shoot. ‘There was a great energy among the team, which makes so much difference,’ he says. ‘Jenna looked phenomenal.’ Every day as a hairstylist is different, says Earl, adding, ‘I love what I do: you have to think on your feet and you never know what is coming next – whether it’s working on an airport runway or halfway up a mountain.’ CHARLIE MILLER Tatler’s new jewellery editor, Charlie Miller, makes her debut in the magazine this month as she crowns the very best watches of the new season. ‘I love bold, ornamental stone-dial styles, where no two…

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The daily glow Check in every day for beauty updates throughout September: the social set’s hero products, the brands the Royal Family loves and all the hottest new launches Shake it off Meet Jemima Cadbury, just one of the new movers kick-starting society post-lockdown All the party people A look back at some of London’s greatest ever Fashion Week parties LA confidential As Prince Harry turns 36, find out what life in the USA is really like for the Queen’s grandson The night of the century Remembering socialite Carlos de Beistegui’s infamous Le Bal Oriental in Venice, 69 years on tatler.com PHOTOGRAPHS: MORELLI BROTHERS; DAVE BENETT/SAMIR HUSSEIN/ARCHIVIO CAMERAPHOTO EPOCHE/GETTY IMAGES…

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the new greek gods and goddesses

Theodora Livanos Her father used to own Aston Martin, but Theodora, 19, prefers a different kind of horsepower. This Greek shipping heiress is one of the youngest international dressage riders on the scene. A recent injury set back her Olympic dream, but Theo has more than one string to her bow – after graduating from Le Rosey in 2019, she secured a place at Columbia University. Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece and Denmark The eldest son of Crown Prince Pavlos, Prince Constantine Alexios, 21, is the grandson of the last king of Greece. When he’s not studying at Georgetown University, this Old Wellingtonian lives like a true royal, even if his role is titular only, and he is frequently listed as one of the world’s most eligible bachelors. Philip Kourkoulos Philip’s grandfather, the late shipping…

2 min
private paradise

A TROPICAL HOLIDAY HAS NEVER seemed more appealing than it does now. And if you’re seeking winter sun in a haven of privacy and relaxation, look no further than Milaidhoo Island in the Maldives. Established on a previously uninhabited island full of white sandy beaches, lush vegetation and soaring coconut palms in the heart of the idyllic Baa Atoll Unesco Biosphere Reserve, Milaidhoo is the stuff of everyone’s wildest holiday daydreams: a sumptuous yet authentic paradise filled with every conceivable luxury. Even at the most exclusive resorts, it’s not often guests have the run of their own tropical island, but this is the case at Milaidhoo, where vast villas stretch from shore to shore. The secluded beachside and overwater residences were designed by local architect Mohamed Shafeeq, constructed using local materials…

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scene with sabine

I HAVE LOVED VINTAGE FASHION since I was in my early 20s. First, because I desperately wanted to look like one of the models from the 1980s Yves Saint Laurent shows – beyond glamorous and fabulous – but also because I knew whatever I would find would be completely special and unique. As styles go out of fashion, we assume they have served their time, that those looks are dead and will never come back. When I see an old picture, it’s that realisation of ‘What was I thinking?’ And yet, I remember my mother giving away her 1980s Versace skirt suits, her 1990s Jean Paul Gaultier tops, her silk polka-dot shirts, her brightly coloured, big-shouldered ensembles, and now I wonder, ‘What was she thinking?’ How could she part with such special…

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photographic memory

ONE THING THE LATE Lord Snowdon didn’t like was the predictable. Entering his stuccofronted villa in Launceston Place, Kensington, by the front door? How banal. It was permanently locked. That was my first mistake. But then again, it was everybody’s mistake. Sir Laurence Olivier, Elizabeth Taylor, David Bowie, Tony Blair and – Snowdon told me – the King of Spain all walked the predictable walk up the steps, knocked on the door and waited. At last, a head would pop up from below and call, ‘What on earth are you doing up there?’ You went instead through a nondescript side door at ground level – ‘I love a tradesman’s entrance, don’t you?’ he would say time and again – and made your way to the waiting room. Here was your first…