Before there was Monocle, the “global briefing covering international affairs, business, culture and design” (See: Moneyed Monde of Monocle Ignores Market Roil), there was Monocle, “a leisurely quarterly of political satire,” whose slogan was “In the Land of the Blind, the One-Eyed Man is King.”
Started by The Nation‘s publisher emeritus Read More
Tyler Brûlé was in New York on Wednesday morning, enjoying a cappuccino in the mausoleumlike lobby of the Four Seasons and talking about Monocle, his global business and culture magazine. He was in town for, as he put it, “a little commercial trip”—and it seemed a tightly scheduled one. Two dining companions had Read More
The nice folks at Monocle, Tyler Brûlé’s younger, chic-er take on The Economist for whoever remains of the international jet-set, sent Media Mob a copy of the latest edition featuring its "Global Quality of Life Survey."
There are many things to learn in this issue, like the fact that Copenhagen is Read More