An Unconventional Magazine Makes it Big…

Five years ago in early 2007, a group of investors with a smart and extremely enterprising editor-columnist named Tyler Brule bucked the global trend and launched a monthly print magazine called Monocle. Dubbed “a briefing on global affairs, business, culture and design,” the book-like journal, with its crisp, boxy design and pleasantly offbeat editorial content (fashion shoots in Sao Paulo, airports in Liberia, hat-makers in Vienna and property prospectuses from Bogota), soon became a firm favorite of the jet set.

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