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Tatler’s English Roses 2017 on show at Saatchi Gallery

Tatler’s English Roses 2017, a new portfolio commissioned by Tatler and featuring the magazine’s pick of the most “exciting, interesting and beautiful” young women in Britain is to be shown in a multi-media exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in partnership with Michael Kors.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 06 June 2017 07:05

Tatler’s English Roses 2017 on show at Saatchi Gallery

Ella Richards - one of Tatler's English Roses.

Photographed by David Burton, Tatler’s twenty-six English Roses include musicians, actresses, dancers, equestrians, poets and artists all photographed in and around Lady Pamela Mountbatten’s home, The Grange. Ten of the women, including August cover star Lady Lola Stuart-Crichton, were captured in pieces from the Fall 2017 Michael Kors Collection.

Tatler’s English Roses 2017 are: Livvy Banks, Bee Beardsworth, Greta Bellamacina, Georgina Bevan, Emilia Boateng, Hero Douglas, Hum Fleming, Bea Fresson, Frankie Herbert, Cherie Jones, Lady Eliza Manners, Clara McGregor, Alexandra Moncrieffe, Idina Moncreiffe, Aziya Aldridge-Moore, Lady Tatiana Mountbatten, Laura Murray, Lana Palumbo, Sabrina Percy, Katie Readman, Ella Richards, Lady Kitty Spencer, Olivia Wentworth-Stanley, Renee Stewart, Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart and Tess Ward.

Tatler Editor Kate Reardon commented: “As the oldest magazine in the world, Tatler has long been dedicated to chronicling the most fabulous members of British high society. More than anything, we understand the special alchemy that creates an It-girl – that rare combination of beauty, charisma and timeliness which, happily, is synonymous with Michael Kors and their tradition of championing young rising stars the world over.”

Michael Kors added: “I’ve always been inspired by people who are curious, who are thinking about what’s next and what’s new. These women represent the balance of youth and sophistication, polish and ease, knowledge and curiosity, that’s necessary for life today.”

The exhibition will launch with a party hosted by Kate Reardon and Michael Kors, before opening to the public from Friday 30th June until Sunday 2nd July and bringing the magazine to life with all twenty-six portraits on display along with behind-the-scenes films and an interactive disco photo booth.

The full portfolio can be seen in the August issue of Tatler, on newsstand from Thursday 6th July.

Tatler’s English Roses 2017, in association with Michael Kors, runs at the Saatchi Gallery from Friday 30th June until Sunday 2nd July.

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