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Tatler UK June 2018

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
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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this month on tatler.com

DRESS THE SEASONThe liveliest, loveliest outfits seen and to be seen in – every week on Tatler.comACCESS ALL AREASJoin us live at the VIP opening of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on 21 May. Follow our Instagram stories on @tatlermagazine for a peek before anyone else. You might even spot the Queen.FROM WINDSOR WITH LOVENot invited to the royal wedding on 19 May? Tatler.com is the next best place to be. We’ll be all over the guests, the hats, the dress (not pictured here, obvs – this is a scene from Suits) and the kiss. Clear your diaries now.SUPER - SPASWe’ve visited the swankiest spas in the world, we’ve lolled in luxury mud and jumped into freezing plunge pools… we have not stinted on our research to bring you the…

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contributors

JOONEY WOODWARDJooney photographs Lady Melissa Percy’s boot room (page 90)What’s your worst habit?Being a perfectionist.What’s your earliest memory?Breakfast this morning.What phrase or word do you overuse the most?‘Loose lips sink ships.’What never fails to make you laugh?Muriels Wedding. Never fails to make me cry too.LEE COBAJLee reports on the world’s most glamorous train journeys (page 106)What phrase or word do you overuse the most?‘It’s not all cocktails and infinity pools, you know’ in relation to my job as a travel writer. But it mostly is.What’s your go-to fancy-dress costume?Princess Leia: white robes on the streets, gold bikini between the sheets.If you could get away with one crime, what would it be?Stealing the Pink Star diamond. I’ve always fancied the idea of being a jewel thief.EMILIE MCMEEKANEmilie compiled our royal-wedding extravaganza…

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the new oscar party

Oscar de la Renta with a model in one of his designs, 1989.a look from A/W 2017Ð18It’s the ultimate first-world problem: what do you wear to meet the Queen? For Michelle Obama, the answer was obvious: Oscar de la Renta, the go-to designer for international royalty and global celebrity at its most lavish. Another first-world problem: what do you wear to get married to George Clooney? Again, the answer is Oscar de la Renta, the name behind the $380,000 (£273,000) ivory tulle dress that Amal wore to marry George.‘He makes a woman look like a woman, feel like a woman,’ Diane von Furstenberg explained. ‘He has that old-fashioned elegance, and yet he’s able to interpret it in such a modern way.’ And so, when Oscar de la Renta died in…

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new pastels

What do you think when you hear the word ‘pastel’? Sweet ice-cream colours? Possibly a bit twee? A bit saccharine? A bit Stepford? Lemons and pistachios and baby pinks and baby blues and just… babyish? Well, this season’s pastel palette demands you to think again. Pastels have re-emerged as incredibly soigné. The sugar has been bleached out and what remains is softly defiant. Cotton is a constant, while silks and sheers have entered the fray, all with a whiff of ruthless tailoring, lest we forget that these pastels are taking themselves really rather seriously. The question once was: are you girlish enough for pastels? But the question has evolved: are you grown-up enough for pastels?PHOTOGRAPH: IAIN MCKELL. STILL-LIFES: PIXELEYES. EDITED BY FRANCESCA WHITE; ACNE PRE-FALL S/S 18; ALESSANDRA RICH S/S…

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statement sunglasses

Expensive sunglasses just got interesting – thank goodness. Now you can actually see where your money is going. Forget ‘understated with some subtle branding on the arm’; this summer, the status is all over your face – metals and pearls, hexagons and hearts, wings and wacky shapes, glitter and patrician tortoiseshell, all gleaming with the lustre of money well spent. These sunglasses are costume jewellery, really; overstated and over-egged. They are also a one-stop updating device, which makes them a reasonable investment. Dig out that old dress, whack on a pair of new-season sunnies and… well… you’ll be irreproachable. In fashion terms, at least.PHOTOGRAPH: COLLECTION CHRISTOPHEL/ARENAPAL. STILL-LIFES: PIXELEYES. EDITED BY FRANCESCA WHITE ■…

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cocktail bling

TOP ROW, FROM LEFT, WHITEGOLD, DIAMOND, SPINEL & LACQUER RING, POA, BY DIOR JOAILLERIE. WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND & SAPPHIRE, POA, BY CHAUMET. WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND & ONYX, POA, BY CHANEL FINE JEWELLERY. ROSE GOLD, YELLOW DIAMOND & TOURMALINE, POA, BY CHOPARD.SECOND ROW, FROM LEFT, WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND, RUBELLITE & RUBY, POA, BY BOUCHERON. GOLD, WHITE GOLD & YELLOW DIAMOND, POA, BY GRAFF. WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND, PINK DIAMOND & SAPPHIRE, POA, BY DAVID MORRIS.THIRD ROW, FROM LEFT, GOLD, PLATINUM & DIAMOND, £23,600, BY TIFFANY & CO. PLATINUM, DIAMOND & EMERALD, POA, BY BOODLES. PLATINUM, DIAMOND & SAPPHIRE, POA, BY HARRY WINSTON.BOTTOM ROW, FROM LEFT, WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND & ONYX, POA, BY BULGARI. ROSE GOLD, DIAMOND & AMETHYST £4,200, BY WILLIAM & SONFOR STOCKISTS, SEE ADDRESS BOOK ■…

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