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The Art of Life Fashion for society, a tenet now we, at Tatler Indonesia, holds when it comes to curating and crafting the contents within. Just shy of one year since we rede- signed the magazine and its digital channels, I hope our hard work since then is much evident today. Entering into April, we extend this theme into the showbiz world with two stars this country is familiar with: Jeremy Thomas and Luna Maya. Although they represent two different decades and gender groups, both talents share the same passion for fashion and artistry in content-making. Read more in Raising the Bar for a riveting read about where their artistic visions have taken them to a peak of success and fame. Going deeper into the arts, we are honoured to have Guntur Soekarno guest-write about his photography hobby and showcase some portfolios. Guntur is one of five children of Indonesia’s first president, Soekarno, from his marriage to Fatmawati. Sharing the same penchant for the arts as his father, Guntur explores the beauty of Indonesian women. After a long hiatus from the photography world, his return proves that time has not dulled anything; see the article In the Eyes of the Beholder. Next, read Go West for a special interview with Chloe Zhao upon best director at the Golden Globes. The first Asian woman to do so, and the second woman ever, her story and journey until today is a heartening example of women staying true to themselves to achieve success. On that note, the story Bright Lights of the Hearts nicely round our wholesome articles this month with a lineup of modern Indonesian women finding their inspirations in R.A. Kartini. The latter is a respected heroine who helped women reached emancipation and earned education during the colonial era, a vision shouldered today by the Maria Lukito Foundation and these ten ladies. After feasting your eyes on their lavish kebaya and kain, finish it off with a visit to our fashion pages and all the latest styles.

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