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    Eye of The Tiger
    “Climate change is an issue that needs to be addressed now,” declares Sara Djojohadikusumo. “Nature doesn’t need humans; humans need nature.” The actress, film producer, social activist, politician, wife and mother tells Prestige why she is an avid environmentalist and why she has a soft spot for the Sumatran tiger.

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    Guardians of the Planet
    Climate change is all too real and it’s proceeding at an alarming rate. But it’s not too late to save the environment, as we learn from three outstanding individuals: green activist Farwiza Farhan, Christophe Bahuet, UNDP Indonesia’s Country Director, and Arnold Sitompul, WWF-Indonesia’s Director of Conservation.

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    Theâtre de la Mode
    Lanvin considers the digital age, and how to create a buzz with one image, this season. Its latest ready-to-wear collection celebrates flat digital prints, using jacquards, silks and lamé crepes to create volume. The great French fashion house invited five amazing ladies to model its colourful pieces in a stunning photo shoot for Prestige.

  • Pushing the Green Agenda
    Whether it’s helping save the orangutan’s habitat in Kalimantan, giving impoverished communities access to clean water in East Nusa Tenggara or volunteering your services for the annual “Clean Up Jakarta Day”, we can all do our bit to make the archipelago cleaner and greener. Five local celebrities – Eva Celia, Marissa Anita, Davina Veronica, Mike Lewis and Nadine Alexandra – tell us about their adventures as “eco warriors”.

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    Adventures in The Wilderness
    Some luxury resorts have much more to offer than the usual comforts. If your idea of a meaningful holiday is to observe big game in Africa or India, release sea turtles in Thailand, mix with wallabies and bandicoots in Australia, or even tour beehives in Canada, one of these properties might just be the great green escape you’ve been looking for.

Eye of The Tiger

“Climate change is an issue that needs to be addressed now,” declares Sara Djojohadikusumo. “Nature doesn’t need humans; humans need nature.” The actress, film producer, social activist, politician, wife and mother tells Prestige why she is an avid environmentalist and why she has a soft spot for the Sumatran tiger.

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Guardians of the Planet

Climate change is all too real and it’s proceeding at an alarming rate. But it’s not too late to save the environment, as we learn from three outstanding individuals: green activist Farwiza Farhan, Christophe Bahuet, UNDP Indonesia’s Country Director, and Arnold Sitompul, WWF-Indonesia’s Director of Conservation.

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Fashion

Theâtre de la Mode

Lanvin considers the digital age, and how to create a buzz with one image, this season. Its latest ready-to-wear collection celebrates flat digital prints, using jacquards, silks and lamé crepes to create volume. The great French fashion house invited five amazing ladies to model its colourful pieces in a stunning photo shoot for Prestige.

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Eco Warriors

Pushing the Green Agenda

Whether it’s helping save the orangutan’s habitat in Kalimantan, giving impoverished communities access to clean water in East Nusa Tenggara or volunteering your services for the annual “Clean Up Jakarta Day”, we can all do our bit to make the archipelago cleaner and greener. Five local celebrities – Eva Celia, Marissa Anita, Davina Veronica, Mike Lewis and Nadine Alexandra – tell us about their adventures as “eco warriors”.

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Adventures in The Wilderness

Some luxury resorts have much more to offer than the usual comforts. If your idea of a meaningful holiday is to observe big game in Africa or India, release sea turtles in Thailand, mix with wallabies and bandicoots in Australia, or even tour beehives in Canada, one of these properties might just be the great green escape you’ve been looking for.

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