Our October issue is out now!
Okay, we give in: Autumn is officially on the horizon. And while we’re wholly hesitant to let go of sunny spells, longer days and the immeasurable respite nature has granted us during this time, let’s focus on the positives, shall we?
Our October issue lands on shelves around the country today and it’s one that’s dedicated to the pursuit of cosy and the impassioned upsides to bedding down and giving in to darker days. Think fireside reads, an abundance of comfort food and wrapping ourselves in XL knits (bonus: they niftily mask any sign of a lockdown paunch).
Corina Gaffey has the best guide to coats on page 28, we snoop around Aerin Lauder’s winter-perfect Manhattan apartment (page 96) and we give you a snippet from Ottolenghi’s brand new cookbook: see page 100. Our guide to the chicest haircuts of 2020 is up for your perusal, as well as the Irish Tatler sleep special – because, God knows, lockdown has taught us that the unifying bond between the human race is that we all crave more shut-eye.
There’s also some exciting news: this edition of Irish Tatler will be the last as you know it. From November, there will be even more ways to get your Irish Tatler fix: you can pick up a gorgeous, coffee table-worthy Irish Tatler in your local newsagent with our quarterly, seasonal compendiums and – in the meantime – we’re set to become your essential new Sunday glossy. Meaning, on the second Sunday of every month, a suited and rebooted Irish Tatler magazine will be available with the Business Post newspaper. It’s been an exciting journey so far and we can’t wait for the next phase!
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 October issue of Irish Tatler is on shelf now and available in all supermarkets, newsagents and garages. The perfect addition to your weekly shop!
read IT, digitally:
As we are now part of the Business Post Media Group, Irish Tatler is available as a digital edition to subscribers at businesspost.ie.
If you’d like to enjoy a digital edition of the new, October 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!
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If you've already made your way through the October issue of Irish Tatler, might we take this opportunity to recommend our site irishtatler.com? 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 on how to combat daily news-related anxieties or suggesting the next Netflix series to fill your evenings with, we’re going to be here every day.
We’ve always been keen on keeping our corner of the internet as collaborative as possible, so as part of our connected community, we’d love to hear if there’s any specific content you’d like to see or equally if there’s anything you think we might be missing, drop us a message on Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook.
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Main image published in the October issue of Irish Tatler, on shelf now.