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Monocle Christmas Market 2018
Tyler Brûlé and his merry team got festive last weekend with the annual Monocle Christmas Market at Midori House. Our favourite retailers shared a mulled wine with subscribers and other guests – and everyone met Santa Claus, of course.
Athens: The Monocle Travel Guide
The weekly pilgrimage to a ‘laiki agora’ is at the heart of Greek lifestyle. To celebrate the launch of our latest book, Monocle Films takes stock at one of its favourite Athenian food markets.Available now at The Monocle Shop.
Monocle Preview: December/January issue, 2018
As the festivities ramp up, find a perch by the fireplace to enjoy the December/January issue of Monocle. We've got Christmas shopping guides for cities from Tokyo to Vancouver and gift ideas aplenty; you can also toast 2019 with our Soft Power Survey, which is full of the nations to watch. Cheers!Available now at The Monocle Shop.
Helsinki: The Monocle Travel Guide
Saunas are at the heart of Finnish culture. To celebrate the launch of our latest book, Monocle Films selects the hottest places to work up a sweat.Available now at The Monocle Shop.
The Netherlands is a world leader in the horticulture industry and shows no sign of wilting. We visit a delicately orchestrated flower auction, a grower and a florist to unpack the challenges of this fragrant business.
Canada: state of the nation
From a thriving economy to potent soft-power credentials, we unpack what keeps Canada on the up.
Day and night
To celebrate the launch of A. Lange & Söhne's limited-edition timepiece Datograph Up/Down Lumen, we speak to architect Joe Morris and photographer Polly Tootal about their creative processes – and how light informs their practice.Find out more about the watch here.
Monocle preview: November issue, 2018
Our November issue has a special focus on the Netherlands (so special, in fact, that we have published issues with a limited-edition Dutch cover). We've also got designs on improving your home, an interview with Malaysia's PM and an in-depth discussion about branding. Where to start?Available now at The Monocle Shop.
Zürich: The Monocle Quality of Life Conference
Our conference has become a key gathering for people who want to create better cities, homes and lives. Bringing together a global audience who see the bigger picture, it's a unique mix of debates, dinner and hospitality. So how can you get involved? We look back at the moments that made the sunny 2018 edition in Zürich such a success.Next stop: Madrid. Register your interest for the 2019 edition of the conference.
Nairobi: building better cities
Kenya’s Karura Forest offers not only respite from the bustling capital but also a sense of pride for its citizens.Join Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck and The Urbanist team, alongside a panel of special guests, for an evening of discussion – and a drink or two – at Midori House on 31 October to celebrate the launch of The Monocle Guide to Building Better Cities.
Monocle preview: October issue, 2018
Curtain's up. Monocle's October issue includes our must-read autumn culture preview on the books, films, festivals and fairs worth perusing. We also trot out a fashion top 50, nab an interview with the outspoken Tom Ford and check out Chicago to meet the team fighting Trump.Available now at The Monocle Shop.
The Escapist 2018
The best journeys are shared with a loyal companion – and you need look no further than the 2018 edition of The Escapist. Our annual journey includes our Travel Top 50, big interviews with big industry players, destination reports and, for good measure, a road trip from New Orleans to New Mexico. Come along for the ride.Available now at The Monocle Shop.
The Monocle Guide to Building Better Cities
Sometimes all you need to make a better city is some humanity, a sense of scale and keen citizens. Tune into this visual manifesto, which celebrates our latest book release.Join Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck and The Urbanist team, alongside a panel of special guests, for an evening of discussion – and a drink or two – at Midori House on 31 October to celebrate the launch of The Monocle Guide to Building Better Cities. Limited tickets available.