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As many of our loyal readers have long known and wait with bated breath, October means the launch of Asia’s Most Stylish in all Asia Tatler editions across eight countries. We now proudly present a new take on the prestigious list with a total of 100 names across categories ranging from the Iconoclasts, Classicists, Interpreters, and Immaculates, filled with those who fit into our tenets of style, power and influence. The names recognized here have their trademarks on a singular style, all done effortlessly to embody their personalities. Some also have a rebellious streak to push the limits in dressing to trailblaze new trends. Ferry Salim is among eight representatives from Indonesia, and I invite you to find out inside the rest of these familiar faces. I would also like to personally thank our Committee who have helped us chose these names: Shannon Hartono, vice president of Time International; designer Sebastian Gunawan; photographer Nicoline Patricia Malina; stylist Alva Susilo; and fashionista-cum-restaurateur Ezra William. Further entertaining you with fashionable stories, as always, our pages are full of exhaustible lists of the latest trends from the runway, and straight off the display cases of high watch-makers and jewellers. Special spotlights in this edition go to Louis Vuitton with its LV Volt jewellery and Exotic bags, as well as Richard Mille, Hublot and Rolex each with its own latest releases. On the homefront, our “Pride of Indonesia” column returns with a sequel of the Batik for the World event featuring global leaders and their shared love for this particular intangible heritage. So, wait no longer and dig into these treasures from the comforts of your couches to stay socially distanced.

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