Like the new Travel tote this Travel shoulder bag is another addition to our Porter range, made using the same sturdy Japanese paraffin-cotton canvas, Fuji Kinbai. By far the biggest shoulder bag we have on offer, it can fit a 13-inch laptop along with an A4 notebook – perfect for day-to-day use.
We’re excited to introduce Monocle’s Porter leather collection. This light and minimal wallet is sleek enough to fit into your pocket with ease. Produced by Porter in Japan, it is made from premium tanned leathers and has four card slots, two bill sleeves and a dual-compartment coin pocket. Available in three colours.
Tailor-made for a small laptop, this bag is sturdy, cushioned and studded with leather details.
Written by our team in the city, this is a book that takes in all the speed and dynamism of this pulsating commercial hub but also leads you down alleyways to hard-to-find cocktail bars and small design ateliers. Hong Kong has been hard to get to know properly – until now.
Produced and manufactured with our stationary partner Brandbook, our new Monocle Large hardcover linen notebook is an ideal catch-all for good ideas, helpful notes and checking off important lists. Available in five different colours.
A Kind of Guise Monocle blazer
The latest Monocle collaboration is a partnership with German brand A Kind of Guise. Combining form and functionality, this deconstructed blazer has a classic workwear aesthetic: front pockets, notched lapels and three-button closure. Cut from water-repellent cotton that was sourced in Switzerland, it is a smart addition to any wardrobe.
A Kind of Guise Monocle safari jacket
Cut from the same light and breathable Swiss cotton fabric as our blazer, the A Kind of Guise x Monocle safari jacket adopts a workwear silhouette and features a water-repellent finish. Other details include signature horn buttons, hidden under a plain fly-front when closed, and four front pockets with push buttons. Made exclusively for Monocle.
Plot and plan: an issue full of tone-setters for 2017. For our 100th issue we do a world tour of 'best in class' – urbanism, education, media – and even get limber in Switzerland's finest gyms.