About Tatler magazine
Often witty and tongue in cheek, it’s a vibrant mix of everything that makes society colourful – fashion, beauty and glamorous social events.
Founded as a suave society mag in the early 18th century by Richard Steele, Tatler has all the pedigree you could want from a monthly magazine. Now published by Condé Nast, Tatler takes its role in society seriously, reporting on the most important scoops from high society – with only the most rich, famous and glamorous faces gracing its glossy pages.
Still renowned today for its ‘little black book’ of eligible under-thirties in the nation’s capital, Tatler magazine is a captivating read – both for those who get the chance to rub shoulders with them, or those who simply like to imagine doing so.
Some say it’s not what you know, it’s who you know; but we would argue that it’s what you know about whom. Whether you are a social butterfly yourself or a very hungry gossip caterpillar, a Tatler subscription is just the thing for you.