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Isabel Preysler graces cover of Philippine Tatler

For its March issue, the Philippine Tatler offers a triple treat: a three-cover exclusive with Spain taking center stage.

 

Gracing its first cover is Isabel Preysler, the Filipino-Spanish icon of beauty, grace and style. “La Preysler,” as she is called in Spain, was in town last November for the Porcelanosa international showroom launch together with two other celebrities: Tamara Falco, Preysler’s equally beautiful daughter who goes on the second cover, and Cayetano Rivera, the handsome and down-to-earth Spanish bullfighter, for the third.

 

Tatler editor in chief Anton San Diego gets up close and personal with these iconic personalities.

 

Meanwhile, Bea Zobel Jr. goes on a tour of her second home with her beau, the master photographer Fernando Manso. Her piece “My Madrid” shows the historical and magnificent city in an intimate light.

 

As March also marks Tatler’s fashion issue, most of the month’s features revolve around the latest styles. Hugo Boss’ creative director Eyan Allen reveals what’s in store for their womenswear line in “Who’s The Boss.”

 

Then, enjoy 42 pages of the spring/summer 2013 fashion collections from the world’s fashion capitals in “Designer Dossier.” While back in Manila, “In the Spotlight” takes a peek into a day in the life of Inno Sotto, Manila’s Prince of Fashion.

 

The youth likewise get their chance to shine as Tatler turns the spotlight on six of the country’s most promising young people in “Bright Young Things.” Also featured is a profile on the master of luxury and sporting goods retail, Henri-Francois Pinault.