Not the Harvard-produced satire of the ’60s, Monocle reports the parts of international affairs, policy, culture and social trends that are relevant to people also interested in furniture design, exotic travel and development theory. If this is you, then you’ve just found a new reason to get up in the morning. Newly created by the same team originally responsible for Wallpaper*, reading Monocle will make yourself more interesting. A cosmopolitan internationalist look at the world – a magazine for the thinking person.
In this issue:
Live better with our design special. Inside: On the road with Kiwi prime minister Jacinda Ardern. Plus, does Duolingo work? We quiz the team.
Business & Current Affairs - Culture & Lifestyle - Design - Fashion - Home & Living - Travel
The Escapist (Monocle), Issue 6
Welcome to Monocle‘s new summer magazine: The Escapist. As the name suggests, the publication has a travel edge but also explores, explains and reveals 10 cities around the world in more….199 SEK
Fashion - Men's Fashion - Travel
Port, Issue 22
No other magazine mixes men’s tastes in style and culture as powerfully as PORT. Editor Dan Crowe and team have brought together an international group…..179 SEK
Cityguide - Travel
The Monocle Travel Guide Series – London
Vast and sprawling, a tangle of roads and lanes, a muddle of rising and falling neighborhoods: London can be a big beast to tame, even for the people who get to call it home. But this ever-changing and regenerating capital can also charm you with its beauty, from wind-rustled parks to that winding River Thames. […]175 SEK
Design - Home & Living - Interior Design
The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes
This Monocle book tells us how to turn a house into a home. Both a practical guide and a great source of inspiration, The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes presents the interiors, furniture, and locations you need to know about along with portraits of the people who can make it happen. The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes celebrates the […]475 SEK