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Fashion, technology and sustainability. What do these three words have in common? Well, for one they are the over-arching themes in this month’s Tatler Indonesia. Delving a little deeper, I’m sure that you, like me, have been seeing positive moves by the fashion industry to green itself and to be more sustainable given that it has such a huge impact on the planet. I’m proud to say that local brands are doing their bit, too. Read more in “Down to Earth”, which focuses on Fashion Rhapsody 2020 as initiated by designers Ariy Arka, Ayu Dyah Andari, Chintami Atmanagara and Yulia Fandy. At the event, the audience was encouraged to show its love of the Earth—the inspiration for all the designers at the fashion show. Sustainability Tatler and positive change through 14 technology are also at the forefront Greenhope—a company co-founded by Tommy Tjiptadjaja and Sugianto Tandio. Tommy has contributed an inspiring article to this issue detailing his company’s mission and why young people need to have seats at the table when discussing climate change and environmental impact. Read more in “Pillars of the Earth” for an enlightening overview from someone at the cutting edge of sustainability solutions Meanwhile, we need look no further than our own shores to see moves to ensure that cities and their citizens remain protected in the face of climate change, pandemics and other threats in “Future Proof”. As regards Indonesia, our government has been one of the most proactive in the region in taking solid steps to mitigate against disaster by relocating the capital city. Let’s hope that this ground-up project incorporates as much green technology as possible—the signs are already encouraging. Lastly, I want to talk about our cover star—the inimitable Agnez Mo, who, in many ways, embodies every one of our themes.

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