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The days of reading newspapers and magazines in the hairdressers while you wait for your highlights to take is over unless you bring your own...

Our July/August issue of Irish Tatler is jam-packed with all you need to holiday at home.

Content-wise, highlights include a suggested approach to weaning ourselves off loungewear, an honest look at grown-up friendships and the weighty expectations that come with them, an extract from ex-Vogue editor André Leon Talley’s new book – which is as explosive as his famous personality and an investigation into whether or not the beauty industry could finally be turning its back on Botox.

Most importantly though, this issue provides a platform to three Irish women, Fionnghuala O'Reilly, Áine Mulloy and Sally Garnett aka Loah who each articulated their thoughts on what identity means in this country in 2020. 

Please support Irish print by picking up a copy and revelling in it.

You can still pick up your copy in supermarkets, newsagents and garages but if you are unable to get out, here are the other ways! 

where to buy Irish Tatler

The July/August issue of Irish Tatler is on shelf now and available in all supermarkets, newsagents and garages. The perfect addition to your weekly shop! 

read the magazine, digitally

As we are now part of the Business Post Media Group, Irish Tatler is available as a digital edition to subscribers at

If you’d like to enjoy a digital edition of the new, July/August issue of Irish Tatler, simply click here, where we have added it to the full complement of Business Post content, where a subscription is just €1 for the first month. Unsubscribe at any time!


If you've already made your way through the July/August issue of Irish Tatler, might we take this opportunity to recommend our site From our respective coffee tables, kitchen counters and makeshift desks, Team Irish Tatler are here to provide a much-needed distraction.  Whether it be providing some beauty-related relief on your WFH lunch-break, sharing tips for staying fit while self-isolating or suggesting the next Netflix series to fill your evenings with, we’re going to be here every day. 

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There are so many things outside of our control at this time that it’s important to cherish little moments of loveliness. Remember, we're all in it together!

Main image published in the July/August issue of Irish Tatler, on shelf now.

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