With cutting-edge commentary, long-form articles and fresh thinking from the Monocle editorial team, The Forecast is a new annual packed with key insights into the year ahead.
Inspired by the classic sailor sweater, this peacoat from our Danish friends Andersen-Andersen is made with light merino wool.
Flying should be a pleasure for you and your feet – so stop wearing those synthetic socks and switch to woollen ones.
Bags & Travel
This leather wallet comes with three large canvas pockets, perfect for storing your receipts and boarding passes. It can even double as a clutch.
Books & Music
The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a book for would-be business leaders, start-ups and established companies that feel it’s time for some new ideas. It’s a handbook for those who want to make a company that will last – and the ultimate reference for doing a job you love.
Our December/January double issue is where you’ll discover the new – and controversial – winner of our annual Soft Power Survey (as well as which countries have dropped out, of course). You can also enjoy our Portugal Travel Guide, Travel Top 50 round-up and a host of suitably festive features.
Our little (and first) shop in Marylebone stocks our Porter bags, back issues and a selection of products, from stationery and cosy knitwear to CDs. Just 9 sq m, it's the ideal place for gift shopping or a bit of personal indulgence.
2A George Street
+44 207 486 8770
As well as the usual delicious coffee from Allpress, London’s Monocle Café now has a tasty menu that includes taco rice, sandwiches and pastries – plus Swiss wines and Peroni for your evening tipple. Press enquiries: Emily Smith, email@example.com.
18 Chiltern Street
+44 20 7135 2040
The first Monocle Café offers the taste of global cuisine, impeccable coffee and serene interiors. You will also find a selection of the finest products and collaborations, as found in Monocle Shops.
Hankyu Men’s B1F, 2-5-1 Yurakucho
+81 3 6252 5285
Our Hong Kong shop and bureau is the first of a new hybrid retail/news gathering concept for Monocle.
1-4 St. Francis Yard
+852 2804 2323
Our West Village store is a cosy 17 sq m and stocks the full range of Monocle products.
535 Hudson Street (at Charles Street)
+1 212 229 1120
Our Toronto shop is found in the charming surroundings of the city's Little Italy district. Offering our entire range of products and latest collaborations, it is the place to find an exquisite gift with the help of our welcoming staff.
776 College Street
+1 647 694 2626
Our most recent shop and office opened its doors in October 2014 in the charming Tomigaya district, southwest of leafy Yoyogi Park. It is the best place to sample our selection of enticing collaborations, gifts and quality products – or pick up the latest issue of the magazine, of course.
Luna Rossa 1f, 1-19-2 Tomigaya
+81 (0)3 6407 0845
The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a book for would-be business leaders, start-ups and established companies that feel it’s time for some new ideas.
These beautiful copper trays are hand hammered and formed in Kaikado’s workshop in Kyoto.
Monocle’s year planner has become a firm favourite and everyone needs one to lock down meetings and holidays plus those all-important birthdays and anniversaries.
Established in the heart of East London’s market district in 2000, Labour and Wait creates timeless, functional products for everyday use. It is with this in mind that Monocle worked in collaboration with Labour and Wait to create this utilitarian traditional bib apron.
For the first time Monocle has teamed up with Mackintosh to create this versatile wool mac. Inspired by Mackintosh’s bestselling Dunkeld style, it is made with Loro Piana storm-system premium wool.
Small enough to meet all hand-luggage regulations, yet can contain enough to last you a week or more.
Made with Japanese cotton, the fabric is woven with hand-spun slub yarn, giving it a soft handle and traditionally natural finish. With a soft cushioned sole, these Kamedajima slippers are perfect for padding around the lounge in comfort on Boxing Day.