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Philippine Tatler

Jun-19

Every month, Philippine Tatler 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.

Country:
Philippines
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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12 Issues

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around asia

Genting Group’s Loui Lim graces the cover of the inaugural Scions Issue, which shines a light on 60 heirs with notable names and remarkable resumes following in the steps of their forebears to build on the success of their family businesses—and beyond. Style icon Kim Raymond and fashion designer Nurul Zulkifli appear on the cover with their children. They talk about their struggles to conceive and how IVF was the answer to achieving their dreams of motherhood. Sonia Cheng, CEO of the Rosewood Hotel Group, graces the cover alongside her team in as they celebrate the opening of the first Rosewood property in Hong Kong. She shares fascinating stories behind her biggest project yet. On the cover is RB Capital founder and property scion Kishin RK, who talks about the great responsibility that…

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philippine tatler

Managing Director IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO Advertising General Manager - Sales LYNNE M PALMA Finance Chief Accountant NANCY GRACE T BARIRING Production and Traffic Production Manager LENNIE ONDRA Production Assistant TIFFANY TORRES Chairman & CEO MICHEL LAMUNIèRE CFO, Asia IDA CHEUNG CBO, Asia and MD-Edipresse Media Hong Kong SEAN FITZPATRICK Head of Generation T Asia TAMARA LAMUNIèRE Editor of Generation T Asia LEE WILLIAMSON Global Artistic Director JOE ZEE Chief Content Officer DANICA LO Managing Director–Edipresse Media Malaysia FLORENCE FANG Managing Director–Edipresse Media Singapore CORINNE NG Managing Director–Edipresse Media China QING SHEN Managing Director–Philippines IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO General Manager-Edipresse Media Taiwan APRIL HSU Regional Financial Controller ERIC FOO Regional IT Manager MARK TAM International Sales intlad@edipressemedia.com International Sales Director EDMOND CHEUK Italy: LAURA BELLAMIO laura.bellamio@Kmedianet.com India: RACHNA GULATI rachna.gulati@mediascope.in Indonesia: MILLIE STEPHANIE milliestephanie@mobiliarigroup.com Korea: JOANE LEE dbi@doobee.com Japan: MATHIAS BOUEE mathias.bouee@mediakeys.com Middle East: SUDARSHNA RATHORE sudarshna@iasmedia.com Spain: DAVID CASTELLO david.castello@kmedianet.es Thailand: NARTNITTHA JIRARAYAPONG noo@njintermedia.com Turkey: REHA BILGE rbilge@medialtd.co.tr UK: AMANDA BENACHOUR amanda@cranemedia.co.uk US&Canada: CONOVER BROWN conoverbrown@worldmediaonlinecom Edipresse…

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the game changers

Sou Fujimoto is a big deal when it comes to the world of architecture. This Japanese icon is known for his delicate structures and jaw-dropping designs. I remember viewing his breathtaking pavilion in the Serpentine Galleries (see photo above) about six years ago. I was dumbstruck with the awesome sight before me. I didn’t know the architect then, so when Philippine Tatler was invited by the Calma cousins (Ed, JP, and Carlo) to meet the genius behind the 2013 Serpentine Pavilion, I definitely could not pass this one up. The collaboration between Fujimoto and the Calmas (set to be revealed in 2021) will be located in Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna. These creative minds are designing an architectural wonder that will surely be the talk of the town and change the Philippine design…

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the fujimoto charm

For this cover shoot, Philippine Tatler went to two Tokyo locations The first was the spacious warehouse office of starchitect Sou Fujimoto; the second, the Meiji Shrine. These were a study in contrast; the modern and the traditional; the manmade and the natural. The first shoot with Fujimoto and the Calmas—Ed, JP, and Carlo—went smoothly. The cousins brought their favourite designer outfits; so did Fujimoto who was, again, all in black, as he was at dinner the night before where he caught up with everyone at the Nihonryori Ryu Gin straight from his long flight from New York where he oversaw a project. Fujimoto did not go to the shrine anymore as he still had a series of meetings. He did not leave immediately, however: he waited until we were off and…

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contributors

MARC GO The intrepid photographer captures the creative spirit of Sou Fujimoto in “Breaking Boundaries” (p 148) Finish the sentence. I am __________. An architect and photographer. Title of your autobiography? “Where did Marc Go?” Your favourite designer (home, fashion, etc)? The German modernist architect, Mies van der Rohe A historical figure you could bring back? Alexander the Great Which artist would you sit down for dinner with and why? Legendary photographer Ansel Adams. He once said, “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” I wish to learn that from him. BAMBINA OLIVARES This Philippine Tatler regular writes about STEPS as it celebrates its silver year in “On Pointe” (p 160) Finish the sentence. I am ___________. Deluged by deadlines. A historical figure you could bring back? He’s not really a historical figure but a fictional one: Don Fabrizio Corbera. Which artist would you sit down for…

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gracious and grateful

Margarita Forés, hailed as one of Asia’s best chefs and the dynamic woman behind some of the country’s most stellar restaurants, recently marked a milestone in her life at Bahay na Puti, her family’s ancestral home in Quezon City. Forés’ mother, Baby Araneta, and son Amado pulled out all the stops to make her 60th birthday a merry and memorable one. The award-winning chef was treated to a feast of her favourite dishes in the company of family and friends. She also received a bouquet of magnolias from her loyal staff. Patrons dining at Cibo, Forés’ longstanding chain of Italian restaurants, also took part in the celebration as they were treated to scoops of gelato on her birth date. A grateful Forés expressed her thanks in a heartfelt Instagram post where she happily…

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