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Irish Tatler Is Getting A New Home, Look and Feel

The inimitable Roisin Murphy graces the cover of the new format.

The glossy magazine, in its reimagined format, is set to become your new Sunday luxury!

From this Sunday, Irish Tatler will have a new home, and a new look and feel.

Taking with it its award-wining editorial values and unique legacy, the magazine has been reimagined with fresh voices, compelling long-form features on a new large format print experience that now comes with the Business Post every second Sunday of every month. 

The move comes after Irish Tatler, Ireland’s original style bible since 1890, was acquired by The Business Post Group last year as part of a stable of magazines including FOOD&WINE.

Your New Sunday Luxury 

Always evolving, we look forward to bringing our own loyal audience, both in print and online, to a new home, and a to the highly-desirable, captive Sunday newspaper audience.

For those who might miss seeing our familiar masthead on newsstands, each season, Irish Tatler will also publish a high-quality quarterly magazine available to buy separately in stores, which will deliver the same premium journalism and original thinking that will be your companion to the season. 

Online, Irish will remain our live space, with content published 24 hours a day. Readers can expect complimentary stories to our print publication as well as fresh, insightful, compelling daily posts connecting with our community across fashion, beauty, lifestyle and wellbeing.

A Legacy for Now

Sarah Macken, the editor of Irish Tatler, says of  the new format:

”Irish Tatler has a new home and a spruced-up look, and we’re beyond excited to show you this exciting new world through our first issue which lands on shelf this Sunday, 8 November. My personal highlight of the issue is our cover star, the inimitable Roisin Murphy who discusses her new album, lockdown revelry and the best tips for throwing a party for one. Something we could all do with now that a night on the tiles refers to a boogie around the kitchen sink. Pick up your copy and make Irish Tatler your new Sunday luxury.”

As Ireland’s oldest dedicated fashion title, with a history of capturing the zeitgeist of Irish life and style for over a century, we ask that you’ll join us in this next chapter of our title and pick up a copy of Irish Tatler’s new format this Sunday, with the Business Post.

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