Indonesia Tatler Unveils New Design

Indonesia Tatler, the country’s leading luxury lifestyle and high-society publication, has unveiled its highly anticipated new design as of March 1. Developed by an award-winning team, the stylish redesign gives the magazine a sharp, contemporary edge. The new design is also being rolled out across all the other sister editions in Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Macau).

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Favourite sections have been revamped and new ones created. The popular Concierge section is now packed with the most important social news, chatter, dining picks and insights for the month ahead. The Style section has doubled in size and focuses on the best the fashion world has to offer. It also includes an extended section of lavish photo shoots, trend reports, and health and beauty tips for both women and men. The Finer Things, which showcases the best in fine dining, travel, art and design, is also bigger and better than ever. New and noteworthy columns include philanthropy and a greatly expanded wine section by resident wine editor James Suckling.

Other additions include a dedicated Watches section. Overseen by Tatler’s editorial director of watches, Sean Li, it showcases extraordinary timepieces and highlights what’s new and notable in horology. Data boxes containing practical information add new value to editorial content.

“The Asia Tatler titles have long been at the forefront of all that’s stylish and luxurious in the region,” says Edipresse Asia’s Chairman, CEO and Regional Group Publisher, Barrie C Goodridge. “We constantly strive to be leaders in our field by creating the best luxury lifestyle products for our readers. This latest exciting redesign is evidence of our passion and commitment to maintaining our key position.”