is a lifestyle magazine and website founded by Tyler Brûlé
, a Canadian
journalist and entrepreneur. Described by CBC News
reporter Harry Forestell as a "meeting between Foreign Policy
and Vanity Fair
", the magazine provides a globalist perspective on international affairs, culture and design. Hamilton Nolan, editor for Gawker
, described Monocle magazine as "a lifestyle magazine for young, stylish, business-oriented jetsetters"
The magazine launched on 15 February 2007, priced at 12 euros
, 5 GPB
, 10 USD
and features articles on subjects including the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force
investment in Africa
, and the best Portuguese-language
Sunday newspapers. The subscription price is approximately $120 annually. In New Zealand, single issues sell for $18 each, in Japan for ¥2,310, in Switzerland for 20CHF and in Spain for 11€.
Monocle's website contains magazine archive content that is only available to paid subscribers. The Monocle website also contains films and documentaries that are available to the public - plus a daily news bulletin called written by the Monocle team and their correspondents.
The monocle website also hosts , a weekly radio... Read More