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Established in 2001, the Philippine Tatler is the country’s most trusted and enduring high-society and luxury-lifestyle magazine. More than any other title, the Tatler name—a legend in publishing—commands respect, and is synonymous with prominence and influence. Taking the readers into consideration, the Philippine Tatler presents the best of the Philippines and beyond, through a highly entertaining editorial mix that includes personality profiles, glamorous parties, lavish fashion shoots, and authoritative articles that span the gamut of luxury-lifestyle trends from art collecting to wine appreciation, from motoring to travel, from watches to jewellery and design. The sophistication of our topics is matched by stylish and award-winning design and photography.
Philippine Tatler gets to met the genius behind the 2013 Serpentine Pavilion in London, Architect Sou Fujimoto himself, through the equally exceptional Calma cousins in this month's annual design issue. These creative minds are designing an architectural wonder that will surely be the talk of the town and change Philippine design landscape as we know it. This issue is filled to the brim, starting off with one of the most talented and sought-after scenographers, Gino Gonzales. Then we head on over to CITEM whose new executive director, Pauline Suaco-Juan, talks about her gargantuan task of revamping and breathing new life into Manila FAME, the country’s longest running trade show in the article “Reinventing Fame.” We have an interview with Asia design superstar, André Fu. His design projects include the Four Seasons in Tokyo, Waldorf Astoria in Bangkok, and the St. Regis in Hong Kong, to name a few. Read all about him and his “Living Collection,” a 150-piece assemblage of home furnishings. Also, enjoy our exclusive on Louis Vuitton’s pre-fall men’s collection, where Japanese-inspired streetwear returns to the fore. Sofia Zobel-Elizalde is also back in our pages as she celebrates STEPS Dance Studio’s 25th anniversary.