Contributors / Takeharu Sato

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Know your options

Layer with gusto this spring to cope with chilly nights in Stockholm, hot flushes in Tangier or a sudden London downpour. That’s our forecast for seasonal success.

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Her dark materials

Take the rough with the smooth and add warm textured knits and bright tactile jerseys to your wardrobe. And don’t forget some bangle jangle too.

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Boarding school

Commercial flying is always that little bit more enjoyable when you’re surrounded by passengers who cut a neat and well accessorised dash down the aisle. Monocle settles in for a two-hour continental flight.

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Dressed to impress

As this issue hits news-stands, the UN General Assembly will be sitting for its 67th session. For those diplomats unsure of how to cut a dash, our fashion editor offers some tips…

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Source material

Monocle plays the sexy librarian among the microfiche, squeaky book trolleys and satisfyingly neat filing systems. Here’s the result of our meticulous research into women’s springwear.

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Fashion Briefing

A new collection form Mackintosh, a German jewellery designer with a Scandinavian flavour, plus all the latest news.

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Hit the deck

On the north side of Bodrum in the village of Türkbükü lies the Maçakizi hotel, nestled in the hills. Family run, it was founded in 1977 as a place of inspiration for artists and intellectuals. It’s also the perfect spot…

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Fashion Briefing

Everything that's new and noteworthy in fashion, including a sportswear line from Japanese brand Tools, and ties with a twist from UK label An English Hand.

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Fashion briefing

Summer prints for women and tailored shirts and jackets for men. Plus a new boutique in Houston, Texas, selling casual menswear.

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Coast story

Portugal’s second city has great architecture and good food but it’s the escapes along the coast that give it its quality of life credentials. Pack your trunks, tote and Sisley spray and head for the boardwalks.

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On the sunny side

Portugal’s City of the Seven Hills, with its winding old backstreets and relaxing beach clubs, provides a blissful backdrop for our early summer fashion shoot. It’s time for the sandals and sunglasses.

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Ticket to Tangier

Tangier, a crossroad of cultures and long a draw for artists and writers in search of a dose of naughtiness, is the setting for our North African sojourn in linen and cotton jackets and hard-working loafers.

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Pitti party

Buyers braved the cold to make it to this season’s Pitti Uomo menswear show, with numbers up on last year. A sense of calm about the future was reflected in the relaxed fit of items on show.

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…and relax

There’s no need to rush your Sabado in Madrid – potter around the apartment, tuck into ‘El País’, and then take to the streets for a market trawl and some antique book buying.

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Mixed doubles

There’s no better way to spend a sunny autumn afternoon than a few sociable sets of tennis on London’s Parliament Hill Fields. We get kitted out for the perfect match, both on and off the court.

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Dress book

While we’re hoping for an Indian summer, it won’t do any harm to start choosing a few pieces for those colder days. Our key selects for the season offer looks for work and play.

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Fashion briefing

Visvim's sole revival, bedtime treats from Matters of Leisure and a Swiss trunk cal: Monocle selects for summer days and nights.

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Tailor-maid

Sometimes it pays to look that bit smarter, and this season’s neat but versatile tailoring, structured dresses and oversized bags are everything you need to take you from farmer’s market to meeting.

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Mellow yellow

Spring has sprung and it’s time to drag those knees out of hibernation and get friendly with this season’s shorts. If it’s a bit early to bare, might we suggest some lightweight cotton trousers, 1920s-inspired knits and…

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French twist

Monocle makes for a rendezvous in the quiet backstreets and canals of Paris’s 10th arrondissement in spring’s freshest ensembles for work days and weekends.

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Intelligent fashion

The transition from winter to spring wardrobe should be a reasonable and seamless exercise. But the stripping of layers can throw up all kinds of insecurities. Monocle creates six looks for easy seasonal switch.

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