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Monocle preview: Forecast 2020
If the dawning of a new decade is leaving you with more questions than answers, a copy of The Forecast should be an immediate purchase. We’ve got advice on where (and how) to live in 2020, as well as inspiring stories from Indonesia, Greece, India and more. Ready? You soon will be. Available now at The Monocle Shop
Monocle preview: December/ January issue, 2020
Japan is undeniably special – which is why our latest issue is a Japan special. Expect cuddly mascots, high-flying aviation projects, countryside craft and lashings of udon noodles. Wait, you want a Christmas gift guide and our inaugural Soft Power Awards too? Let’s do this.Available now at The Monocle Shop
This is Chengdu
We land in the capital of Sichuan province in China for a tour of its delights, from spicy hotpot to leafy neighbourhoods.
Brussels + Antwerp: The Monocle Travel Guide
Belgium had no fashion history until six young designers put their country at the centre of that world in the late 1980s. To celebrate our latest travel guide, we travel to Antwerp to see how the fashion scene has matured.Available now at The Monocle Shop.
Monocle preview: November issue, 2019
Lovely to see you. Let us take your coat. Drink? Welcome to the latest issue of Monocle, which includes a special survey on the art of hosting; find out what to cook, what to talk about and plenty more courtesy of a smart spread of experts. There’s plenty more to enjoy too – consider this your invite to do just that.Available now at The Monocle Shop
Making it in Porto
Portugal’s second city is close to the country’s manufacturing heart and that’s why so many designers have made it their home. We meet some of the bright minds making a mark.
The first edition of a Georgian festival that’s bringing together musicians from the Caucasus to discuss their shared future.
Greece’s second city is defiantly bouncing back from the economic crisis and welcoming an increasingly international crowd. We meet the brave residents who set up shop in the tough times and are now finding success – as well as offering reasons to be hopeful about the country’s future.