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Hong Kong Tatler August 2018

The last word in high society and the life luxurious, Hong Kong Tatler has been chronicling the lives of the city’s elite since 1977. From insider access to the most exclusive parties and events in Hong Kong and beyond, to authoritative coverage of art, fashion, wine, dining and travel, to face-to-face interviews with the people that really matter, Hong Kong Tatler takes you closer to the highest echelons of society than anyone else.

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Hong Kong SAR China
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English
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Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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around asia

On the cover are Mooryati Soedibyo and Putri Kuswisnuwardhani, the talented mother and daughter behind beauty and wellness company PT Mustika Ratu and the Puteri Indonesia (Princess of Indonesia) pageant with three of the 2018 pageant winners. Wan Nadiah Yaakob was only 33 when she assumed the roles of chief corporate officer of TMC Life Sciences and CEO of Thomson Hospital (formerly Tropicana Medical Centre). One year on, she talks about her standards and philosophy for success. Barcelona beckons in Philippine Tatler’s first Travel Issue, which follows cover girl and model Jessica Wilson through the dynamic, multifaceted Spanish city. Also in this issue, guide Chiara Peluso gives readers an inside look at Venice. Danna Chen, Catherine Ren, Aiken Zou and Natasha Lau are among the 12 promising young women selected for the cover…

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tipping point

As French president Emmanuel Macron reminded us earlier this year in his impassioned climate change speech to the US Congress, “There is no planet B.” With temperatures rising, icebergs melting, wildlife dying and plastic choking our oceans, it’s devastatingly clear the Earth is approaching its tipping point, so it’s now or never if we want to save our home. In the face of this impending environmental crisis, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. How do we make a meaningful difference? Where do we start? What should we do? So when it came to planning our Green Issue, we decided to focus on practical, achievable and immediate ways to live more sustainably. According to our cover stars—Peggy Chan, the founder of vegetarian restaurant Grassroots Pantry, and David Yeung, the entrepreneur behind the world’s first plant-based…

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green lights

The cover shoot with David Yeung and Peggy Chan for our Sustainability Issue wasn’t exactly “Tatler.” There were no couture clothes—though the outfits were all sustainably made and sourced, thanks to fashion director Justine Lee—or glitzy diamonds. Instead, was a , , earrings fashioned with fiery peppers, along with watering cans and potato heads. Call it farm chic. David and Peggy were game for anything, playing with whatever ideas photographic duo Nic and Bex Gaunt threw their way. The two eco-warriors owned their greens like true professionals—unsurprising, given their dedication to plant-based, sustainable living—rocking squashes, broccoli and the like as if they were the coolest accessories to tout. And as our cover story reveals, the bounties of nature really are the coolest of accessories as far as the duo and the eco-conscious…

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shot exclusively for hong kong tatler

PHOTOGRAPHY NIC AND BEX GAUNT STYLING JUSTINE LEE FOOD STYLING NOLAN LEDARNEY HAIR & MAKE-UP KAREN YIU ON THE COVER DAVID WEARS A JACKET BY THE LOST EXPLORER, AVAILABLE AT MR PORTER, TROUSERS BY NUDIE JEANS, AND HIS OWN SHOES. PEGGY WEARS A DRESS BY H&M CONSCIOUS AND SHOES BY STUART WEITZMAN MAIN VISUAL: DAVID WEARS AN OVERSHIRT BY THE LOST EXPLORER, T-SHIRT AND TROUSERS BY NUDIE JEANS, ALL AVAILABLE AT MR.PORTER; PEGGY WEARS A JACKET BY THE R COLLECTIVE, AVAILABLE ATLANE CRAWFORD AND JEANS BY FRAME DENIM, AVAILABLE AT NET-A-PORTER. PHOTOGRAPHY: NIC AND BEX GAUNT…

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contributors

MELISSA TWIGG The London-based journalist introduces designers and brands leading the eco-friendly movement in Cutting New Cloth (p.56) What have you done in the past year to become greener? I bought a bicycle and use it as often as possible when it’s not raining to get around. I also always refuse plastic straws as they now seem so wasteful. What eco-friendly accessory do you always take with you? My duck egg blue water bottle. Not only does it save on plastic, I spend so much less on water and it looks rather pretty. What do we all need to do to make the planet sustainable? It’s impossible to pick just one thing, but improving green public transport so people are less dependent on cars and diesel buses, seriously cutting back on one-time plastic usage and starting to…

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cultural magnet

As part of K11’s 10th anniversary celebrations, the retail property group has announced its most ambitious project yet, K11 Musea, a retail-meets-museum architectural landmark set to debut in 2019. Spanning 1.2 million square feet in the heart of Victoria Dockside—the Adrian Cheng-helmed redevelopment of Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront—the ecofriendly complex will bring art, culture, entertainment and dining under one roof, with world-class public art exhibitions, retail flagships, and a 2,100sqft outdoor amphitheatre ideal for movie screenings and live cultural events. “[K11 Musea] is K11’s proudest project since the brand’s inception in 2008,” says Adrian. “It will be Hong Kong and Asia’s new cultural destination, where global millennials can come together and discover their muse.” k11musea.com…

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