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Lewis Fredericks x Monocle optical

Lightweight and incredibly durable, each pair of these spectacles gracefully flexes and moulds to the contours of the wearer’s face.

Vidoni x Monocle Voyage ties

A collaboration with renowned Italian manufacturer Vidoni has resulted in these woollen ties. They are an excellent finishing touch for any smart outfit and the grosgrain ribbon ensures a smooth fit around the collar.

Zeus + Dione x Monocle Attiki bag

Geometry, form and precision underpin Zeus + Dione’s design procedure. Each item is rooted in Greek symbolism and bears the Delta insignia, alluding to spiritually, harmony and creativity.

Comme des Garçons x Monocle small pouch

Comme des Garçons’ small-zip pouch embodies sleek Japanese design. Perfect for holding essentials, this elegantly crafted item has a leather interior that is ideal for bringing some discreet flair to the storing of cards and receipts.

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Tembea x Monocle Tote Bag

Japanese bag manufacturer Tembea has adapted its range of military canvas tote bags exclusively for Monocle. Available in two colours, the bags feature an eye-catching leather strap. The sturdy tote is superb for a day at the beach, a picnic in the mountains or a stroll around a busy city.

Monocle – The Spring Weekly: issue four

The fourth and final issue of The Monocle Spring Weekly features a report from Mexico’s presidential campaign trail, an in-depth look at the booming business-aviation industry and a preview of what to expect from Art Basel.

Monocle – The Spring Weekly: issue three

The third issue of The Monocle Spring Weekly features an in-depth report from Venice as the city’s Architecture Biennale gets underway, an interview with the unflinching Puerto Rico mayor taking the fight to Trump and a chat with Brazilian artist Vik Muniz. Plus we’ve packed in a bucket-load of travel tips, some spring fashion essentials and a host of drinking-and-dining suggestions.

Monocle Desk Organiser

Designed by our in-house team, this hinoki-wood desk organiser comes in six parts and offers stackable storage solutions for everyday use. Six compartments neatly store stationery, small accessories and letters. The entire unit is handmade in Kanuma, north of Tokyo.

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