Tatler Philippines May 2021 Issue Out Now For Free On Magzter
Through the years, food has become the centre of many Filipino celebrations as it plays an integral part in bringing families, friends, and lovers together. This May, Tatler Philippines highlights the stories of people who bring life to our dining tables.
In this issue, we are graced by Tony Boy Escalante, a multi-awarded chef and the man behind the famous Antonio’s restaurant. We are also joined by Claude Tayag who, besides making contemporary art as his hobby, manages his Bale Dutung restaurant in Pampanga. Margarita Forés, a Filipino chef, who runs a variety of restaurants that serve Italian cuisine; and Abba Napa, who co-founded The Moment Group, are also on the cover of our May 2021 issue. We also have the founder and CEO of Foodee Global Concepts Enrico "Rikki" Dee who shares his take on the culinary landscape of our country.
For Tatler Philippines’ May 2021 issue, we have also gathered stories of 25 noteworthy tastemakers, food writers, agri-experts, and wine purveyors whose passion for culinary arts continue despite the difficult times.
What not to miss
Exclusive interviews are in the magazine as well. Watch out for the exclusive interview with Aman owner Vladislav Doronin, owner of Aman, and interior designer Kelly Hoppen who gives us a glimpse of her Costwords home.
This issue also offers a hotlist column by Tatler Philippines' Editor-In-Chief Anton San Diego. The list includes the diverse stories and humble beginnings of five Filipinos who are taking on the global stage.
In his list are Todd Gloria who has recently won the mayoral elections in San Diego, U.S.A.; international popstar H.E.R., who recently received a Grammy award for her contribution to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement; Canva CEO Melanie Perkins, and athletes Alex Eala and Carlos Yulo.
A TAKE ON CATHOLIC INFLUENCE
The May 2021 issue traverses history as it delves deeper into the influence of Catholicism in the Philippines. In the article By Faith, Tatler takes a closer look at the religious relics, paintings, sculpture, and architecture inspired by the Catholic church.
Fashion Amid The Pandemic
Readers will also have a glimpse of how the fashion industry works amid COVID-19 lockdowns. In the article Creating Her-Story, Amina Aranaz-Alunan, the woman behind luxury hand-made accessories ARANÁZ, tells Tatler how her business survives despite the drastic changes brought by the global pandemic in the fashion industry.
Read these and more on the latest issue of Tatler Philippines. The magazine can be read for free through Magzter.