Tatler came out in its modern version in 1901 and is arguably the earliest magazine existing on the planet today, if its founding paper of the 18th century that talked literal matters is anything to go by. It has been a leading publication in the glossy British journal scene, featuring witty writings on fashion, style and politics in high society. Since the turn of the 20th century and the coming of the 21st, the magazine has remained UK’s first paper that can, with versatility, tackle anything from the queen to the girl star in the streets. If it is fashion, it comes humorously as it can get. If it is style, it spurs a chic revolution and if it is politics, it keeps tongues wagging for decades. The publisher of the magazine is well known for other similar journals and has therefore maintained a presence that rivals that of this particular journal itself. Tatler is available on its online archive that is also a repository of the latest on the royal scene plus all style and societal matters from Eton to Cambridge, and from Stratford-on-Avon to Westminster Abbey.
Tatler now has a discounted subscription platform. Get all one dozen issues of the past one year at 16% off the standard price. Read the magazines on iPad, iPhone, Mac Android or PC.