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Welcome to summer, and to the month we celebrate ­Indonesia and its people. Of course, Tatler Indonesia ­always aims to be your lens to the country’s fashionable high society: those who are powerful, influential and ­stylish. This month, however, is made even more special for many reasons including Indonesia’s Independence Day, and the sixth month of Tatler Asia magazines’ ­redesign. Just like the thriving communities we serve, our brand is always growing and ever-expanding to ­inform on the latest and best of what matters in life. On this sunny note, I would like to introduce our c­over girl of the month, Shandy Purnamasari, who ­embodies grit and grace even in the face of today’s ­uncertainties in the cover story, “She’s All That”. As the owner of MS Glow Aesthetic Clinics and its line of body and ­beauty care products, her business has also suffered during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read on inside how she ­maintains a positive outlook in the beauty business, and the plans Purnamasari creates to make sure that her ideas of ­expansion are viable. Similarly overcoming obstacles both from inside and outside one’s self are Raline Shah and Shannon Lee, two prominent figures of the entertainment world in their respective rights. Be inspired by their stories this month about tackling mountains, literally and figuratively, which gives a hint that the future is female. Worry not to the male readers as we do highlight your equal role in creating a better world, in which Sean Lee-Davies joined in Raline’s journey to the Uhuru peak for a good cause. Jayden Joachim Lembong and his essay, featured alongside seven other youths from around Asia, is also worth noting here for they are the voices of this generation. Wrapping it up sweetly with notes on fashion as ­always, it is only apt that we give spotlights to our rich cultures of traditional fabrics. On one side is Patricia ­Mayoree that represent the younger generation’s ­interest and love to know more about these beauties.

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