Monocle is the magazine launched in 2017 by Tyler Brûlé is considered the leading "independent" magazine in the world.
Halfway between lifestyle and current affairs, Monocle has been defined by CBS journalist Harry Forestell "a meeting between the Financial Times and Vanity Fair", or rather as a magazine able to go into the depth of the most disparate issues (from extra-luxury travel to the islands remote areas of the country, to the hottest American and world political and economic issues, passing through fashion, design and culture) without sacrificing the elegance that a beautiful paper object can give.
The magazine is designed for an international audience and jet setters and has been able to create a real community so much that it has become a brand agency with a radio, podcasts, travel guides, books and several stores around the world to its credit. (in Italy you can find the Monocle shop in Merano)
'Do ti better' is the theme of this issue of Monocle, which examines companies and people who create sustainable ways of living and working.
We visit the companies that rebuild our cities, find producers focused on restoring our relationship with production, and meet urban planners who envision greener and healthier places to live and work. With our usual focus on design, diplomacy, architecture and art.