Tatler Philippines

Tatler Philippines


Every month, Tatler Philippines 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.

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12 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
around asia

TATLER HONG KONG Asia’s Most Stylish honouree Chelsea Chau-Kuok stars on the cover of Tatler Hong Kong. She discusses how her dress sense was inspired by—and differs from—that of her famously fashionable mother, Reina Chau. tatlerhongkong.com TATLER INDONESIA Paula Insan Hasari, also known by her Instagram handle Pupu Paula, is an Asia’s Most Stylish honouree. The vegan yogi lives with an autoimmune disease, something she has discussed openly, making her an inspiration to many. tatlerindonesia.com TATLER MALAYSIA Hom Living founders Felix Ferdinand and Bryan Lim talk to Tatler Malaysia about how they’re elevating the concept of co-living—a form of communal living in which people rent private bedrooms but share common areas—to the next level. tatlermalaysia.com TATLER PHILIPPINES Five Manila-based fashion designers, including Rajo Laurel (below), describe how they have coped with the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic…

1 min.

WHO TO FOLLOW Tres Chic We bring you curated lists of the most fashionable personalities you should be following on social media, alongside fashion tips from industry experts and Tatler friends. SERIES Food For Thought Tatler Dining brings you a new interview series featuring Metro Manila’s top chefs and their adventures in the world of gastronomy. TATLER REVIEW Films, books, theatre and more Read up on the latest reviews of best-selling novels, hit shows and movies, theatrical releases and much more. Follow us on social media @tatlerphilippines Photo: Marc Henrich Go; Christiann Koepke on Unsplash; Don Arnold on Getty images…

2 min.
the fashion issue

It is our big fashion issue this month—so big that we have apportioned 74 pages in capturing the most stylish men and women in the Asia region. This gargantuan project is spearheaded by our global artistic director, Joe Zee, who used to be the creative director for Elle USA and Yahoo Style. For a change, we categorised our choices according to their manner of dressing and tastes—iconoclasts, classicists, interpreters and immaculates immaculates—and start the AMS Hall of Fame. We really hope you enjoy this feature. Well, what we really want to say is, we hope it knocks your socks off as that is our full intention. Aside from all our style, beauty, watches and jewellery pages this month, we present a relevant and interesting fashion forum with some of the top designers…

1 min.
the guest list

ARTU NEPOMUCENO This fashion photographer has established himself in the industry with his fashion editorials and magazine covers. While he transitioned to advertising to broaden his horizon, it’s his work with New York-based non-profit organisation, Waves for Water (W4W) that has kept his craft of photography relevant. Artu Nepomuceno photographed this issue’s cover, which features Camille Co-Koro as one of Tatler Philippines’ representatives in this year’s Asia’s Most Stylish list (p.102). MARY FIX Photographer and director Mary Fix specialises in fashion, beauty and portraits. Her unique approach to colour, shape and composition has landed her features in Vogue, Allure and Marie Claire. This issue, Fix shot the Asia’s Most Stylish honourees from Indonesia and the Philippines over Zoom (p.108). OLIVIER YOAN French photographer Olivier Yoan has worked with brands such as Calvin Klein, Jimmy Choo and…

10 min.
rising stars

“Most of my works stem from my childhood fixations,” he says. “All my works are personal to me.” In every creation—whether inspired by nature or by the avant-gard Local talent is in no short supply. For decades now, Filipino designers have continuously turned heads on the runway; stylish trailblazers such as Renz Reyes, Otto Mondi and Ched Studio have showcased the gamut of skills a Filipino creative is capable of. Today, we celebrate local style with a list of designers who are making waves both here and abroad. Some of these designers are just starting out, but others have taken years to build their brand into what it is today. Through a combination of hard work and talent, these seven local designers are taking the spirit of national creativity through to all…

2 min.
can’t stop the love

Last June 12, 2020, Anton Cojuangco and Sofia Miranda said their vows in the presence of only ten guests. Their intimate ceremony, held at the Santuario de San Antonio, was a meaningful celebration made more special by the presence of Anton’s immediate family and one of Sofia’s closest friends. To ensure everyone’s safety, social distancing was observed in the church. Like most brides and grooms amid the pandemic, Anton and Sofia had originally planned a much grander celebration. Their two ceremonies were set to have taken place in March—first in Manila, and then again in the bride’s hometown of Banilad, Cebu. Due to the restrictions imposed, they had to put everything off. However, with the encouragement of their family priest, the couple decided to go ahead with a simple church ceremony. On their…