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    • With a distinct global outlook and a warm embrace of technological and modern living, Singapore has its gaze set on the future while keeping one foot firmly rooted in tradition. A melting pot of cultures, this equatorial city-state sees quaint colonial-era shophouses rubbing shoulders with skyscrapers and street food vendors jostling for space with temples and mosques. This highly-illustrated guide provides all the necessary information you'll require to navigate the splendours of the Garden City.

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    • Cult lifestyle magazine Monocle continue to add to their popular Travel Guide season, updating the offering to include the essential guide to visiting the spectacular land of tiki cups and floral garlands, Honolulu. The dynamic urban centre of Honolulu is full of quirks and surprised, all beautifully detailed throughout Monocle's essential guide.

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    • Created in honor of the label's seventy-fifth anniversary, Coach: A Story of New York Cool presents their signature take on an all-American style in a vibrant, rich tome. Beginning life as a small leather manufacturer in 1941, Coach has become one of the most recognizable names in American fashion. The hardback book details everything from archival photographs of the brand's humble beginnings through to the advertising campaigns that have peppered its history, a true must-have for any Coach enthusiast.

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    • The Cereal guide to London features an edit of their favourite places, alongside beautiful photography of the city and personal articles by admired Londoners. You'll also find a neighbourhood map and perfectly edited section of additional recommendations.

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    • Original Man is a compendium of the stories of extraordinary men. From household names including Andy Warhol, Freddy Mercury, and Yves Saint-Laurent to lesser-known personalities, the men presented here are incredibly diverse, yet all share entirely original lives. Featuring famous hell-raisers such as Iggy Pop, indomitable explorers including Ernest Shackleton, visionaries like Federico Fellini, and some less mainstream personalities such as Quentin Crisp or Takeshi Kitano, these biographies are as gripping as any fiction.

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    • This classic volume, now available at a lower price, showcases jet-set homes designed by the likes of Neutra, Frey, Lautner, and others. Palm Springs is famous as a mecca for the international jet set. But the city has also attracted its share of eccentrics and mavericks who have left an architectural legacy that remains unsurpassed for its originality and international influence.

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    • Wildside invites you to venture into the woods and revel in the world of hunters and gatherers as they spend their days wandering the less worn paths of the world. Seen through the eyes of multiple contributors, the tome blends tradition with a contemporary perspective to explore the daily lives of everyone from carpenters to poets who seek their inspiration deep in the Californian wilderness. Ideal for anyone looking to expand their horizons, Wildside's carefully curated of projects provide a beautiful insight into another world.

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    • Featuring large-format photographs of skaters in Venice Beach and Manhattan Beach, Palm Angels is the definitive book on the L.A. skateboarding scene, capturing the style and street culture of the world's most elite communities of skaters.

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    • Guiding you through a city in which tradition and modernity thrive, the Monocle Travel Guide to Madrid showcases a melting pot of talent, taste and tenacity, all courtesy of a population of fun-loving residents.

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    • A definitive collection of photographs of the legendary and influential band New Order. One of the most popular, and arguable most important, bands of the last half century, New Order was responsible for some of the biggest hits of the era and is one of few bands to have achieved mainstream success while retaining cult status. Collected here for the first time are more than a hundred photographs reflecting over a decade of New Order. Prefaced by a selection of rarely seen ephemera, conversations with the band members, and an introduction from Douglas Coupland, this is a stunning celebration of a band whose influence on music and fashion is still palpable today.

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    • The Monocle Travel Guide to Paris cuts through all the charming, touristy noise to uncover the lesser known gems that embody the essence of the City of Light, including the century-old shirtmaker offering more than 500 shades of white cloth and a museum where you can whirl on a vintage fairground ride. This guide will help you navigate the myriad food and wine options, whether it's the flakiest croissant, a decent cup of coffee or a bistronomie meal you're after.

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    • The seductive allure to the German capital sees Monocle explore the city of Berlin, it's complex history and dynamism and willingness to create anew. Be it a luxury hotel in an old bathhouse, experimental artwork in a former margarine factory or an ever-evolving roster of musicians, the city thrums with ingenuity. Berlin is about more than nightclubs and hammering hangovers - although a night on the tiles here still rarely disappoints.

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    • London 1996: Alexander McQueen took over the Hawksmoor masterpiece Christ Church in Londons East End for what was quite possibly the greatest fashion show on Earth. A candle-lit, cruciform catwalk with a backdrop of stained-glass windows set the tone for an extraordinary collection. Lace sat against chiffon and rubbed shoulders with couture and club-culture clothing and digital print. Dante was the seminal collection that would resonate throughout Alexander McQueens career. This book features unique photographs shot behind the scenes, with raw, unseen pictures of the designer, models and clothes.

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    • Residing in Germany's capital, Berghain has released a book commending its 10th year as a legendary club. The aptly named '10' documents the milestone, of a club that has been widely regarded as a bucket list entry for any dance music enthusiast. The book follows an exhibition and marathon party which took place last year and includes German and English contributions from various alumni, with works from renowned artists installed upon the former power plants concrete walls.

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    • We Are Dandy throws open the doors of the wardrobe and explores the dandy as a global phenomenon. From America to Africa to Asia, dandyism is a way of life. It is fashion in the best sense, self-esteem through style. And, in every country, it takes a unique form as dandies draw on the local context and fashion culture to shape their looks. With texts as witty as the subjects are stylish, this book pokes between the folds to let us know these exceptional individuals. More than a trend, fashion is who they are, the outer expression of their inner selves.

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    • Los Angeles is known for its glitz and glamour, beach culture, blockbuster studios and famous residents. But there's much more to it than perfection; full of surprises and quirks, La La Land is a haven for artists and architects, top chefs, fresh designers and trendsetting retailers. Good advice is essential for navigating this sprawling metropolis with ease; luckily this Monocle guide has uncovered everything you'll need to know to get the most out of a trip to the City of Angels.

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    • Forever: The New Tattoo seeks to document the new tattoo underground that has steadily developed as tattoos have worked their way into the mainstream. A stunning documentation of this dynamic current scene, Forever showcases key tattoo innovators and a broad range of styles, exploring how today's tattoo culture is strongly influenced by art, fashion, and contemporary visual culture as well as traditional tattoo art.

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    • The definitive primer on the world's most popular shoe: the basketball sneaker. Basketball shoes have a long and storied history both on and off the court. Back in the 1930s, a basketball sneaker was created for straight-up performance. Today, hoops footwear do double duty: they're designed for and by elite players, but to sneakerheads, how they look is nearly as important as how they perform.

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    • The Golden Age of Handbuilt Bicycles is a celebration of the design history and craftsmanship behind this simple but efficient two-wheeled vehicle. Featuring fifty classic models built by hand, this book unveils the bicycle's technical evolution within a historical context.

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    • Cult lifestyle magazine Monocle continue to add to their popular Travel Guide range for 2016, expanding their considered curation of places to visit and sights to see to the historic city of Vienna. The guide takes you from the crowded scenes of Prater through to the Vienna State Opera, along with a detailed guide on the city's museums and art galleries.

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    • Monocle Magazine continue their expansion into the world of literature with the addition of How To Make A Nation. The guide covers everything needed to ensure you create a happy, vibrant and successful nation. With everything from creating a parliament to choosing the correct flag, Monocle have left no stone unturned in the quest for a Utopian society.

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    • The Cereal guide to Paris features an edit of their favourite places, alongside beautiful photography of the city and personal articles by Parisians Yvon Lambert and Hugo Haas of Ciguë Architects. You'll also find a neighbourhood map and perfectly edited section of additional recommendations.

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    • Canada's largest city has transformed in beguiling ways - energetic, fickle and unwieldy at times. With more than half of its 2.7 million residents born elsewhere, the cultural diversity reveals itself in a thrilling mix of restaurants, hotels, cocktail bars, independent clothing shops and much more. Explore the 140 or more districts or get your skates on for one of the country's national treasures. Monocle turn their lens to Toronto, offering recommendations for every jetsetter.

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    • Meet the daring hoteliers combining the brave creativity of architects and designers with exciting destinations all over the world in the latest edition of The Design Hotels Book. A carefully curated selection of stunning photography, behind-the-scenes insights and in depth profiles of some of the worlds most innovative hoteliers.

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    • Japanese designer and rulebreaker Jun Takahashi has finally produced the long awaited book that compiles his work for UNDERCOVER - with a foreword by Suzy Menkes. In its infancy Undercover was influenced by Punk with ripped Ts and patched leather jackets as the mainstays of the collection. Today Takahasi's aesthetic remains subversive, but is infused with a technicality and clarity lacking in early collections. At the forefront for over 10 years now, this book offers an insightful look into the enigmatic designer's work.

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    • The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a book for would-be business leaders, start-ups, and established companies that feel it's time for some new ideas. It's a book made to be used. Write in its margins and turn over the corners of its pages. But don't expect management speak or miracles for untold riches. This is not a book about staging a revolution. Rather, this is a book about doing things well-from how you run the show to the pens you buy. And even about taking your dog to work.

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    • The Monocle Travel Guide to Instanbul reveals their favourite places in the city. From the ideal route for an early-morning run, the best spots for independent retail through to detailed design and architecture pages along with neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds.

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    • Highly limited and hand-signed by the man himself - Neil's first book, Underdogs, documents life on the road with English rock band Kasabian. Offering a rare insight into the world of the foursome, the long term photographer showcases un-seen black and white images recorded during their tour of May 2016. Celebrating a series of gigs that culminated in the Premier League winning party of Leicester City, the book captures what they refer to as "the greatest week" of their lives. Signed by Artist

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    • Scandinavia Dreaming highlights spectacular interiors, architecture and design that truly personify the spirit of Nordic aesthetics. The hardback book explores brands and personalities that have influenced and help to bring out about the current trend for a Scandinavian style in our homes. The story of these designs and homes has been told through a series of anecdotes and stories from the people who reside in and around them; an insight into some of the world's most influential style-makers.

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    • One of the most talked about books of recent years, Places & Spaces I've Been documents Pharrell's prolific body of work and his contribution to contemporary culture. One of the most recognised names in popular culture, he details his extensive creative pursuits, including clothing lines, jewelry, and accessories designs for Louis Vuitton, furniture and other product design - including limited-edition toys, graphic designs, skate graphics, and collaborations with Moncler, Marc Jacobs, the artist KAWS, and with architects Zaha Hadid and Masamichi Katayama/Wonderwall. Packed full of guest columns - including words from Jay-Z and Nigo - and exceptional photography, this is a great book that has definitely been worth the wait.

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    • The authoritative fashion history of the roots, growth, and offshoots of the quintessentially American preppy style. Preppy offers the first definitive and in-depth volume on preppy fashion, exploring its evolution from its pragmatic origins and presence on elite Eastern campuses in America to its profound influence internationally and metamorphosis on the runway. For the first time, the preppy story is told completely and beautifully with iconic and never-before-published archival and editorial photographs and personal snapshots from the original Ivy elites.

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    • The Monocle Travel Guide to Miami reveals their favourite places in the city. From the ideal route for an early-morning run, the best spots for independent retail through to detailed design and architecture pages along with neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds.

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    • The Monocle Travel Guide to New York reveals their favourite places in the city. From the ideal route for an early-morning run to the best spots for independent retail through to detailed design and architecture pages as well as neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds.

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    • Cult lifestyle magazine Monocle continue to add to their popular Travel Guide season, updating the offering to include the essential guide to visiting Sydney, Australia. The Monocle team take you beyond the usual tourist hot spots to explore the heart of the city itself, with everything from secret swimming spots to the best retailers to invest in a piece of Australian-made luxury.

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    • The Monocle Travel Guide to Bangkok will show you a city that welcomes visitors as well as being complex in both history and layout. Even if you have been before, you're about to find out why there's so much more to discover.

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    • Compiling a vast selection of unseen imagery and accounts from the legendary band's heyday, Sex Pistols truly celebrates the influence the band had over pop culture. Having defined the style, sound and feel of the punk movement itself, this essential account of the band's impressive past has been created to the forty years that have passed since the four were formed in 1970's London.

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    • Whether traditional, Nordic, or futuristic, the kitchen is the new living room-a place to cook, eat, and celebrate. This book showcases the latest interiors and kitchen concepts, shining a light on all that the twenty-first century kitchen can be, a testing ground for environmentally-friendly innovation as well as lively spaces that inspire a higher quality of life.

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    • Velo 3rd Gear introduces the world's best bikes, along with the people who craft them and all products relating to the biking world. Sharing stories and interviews with people from around the globe, the book explores the changing face of the cycle community through the bikes themselves. An absolute must-have for the cycling enthusiast.

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    • Cult lifestyle magazine Monocle continue to add to their popular Travel Guide range for 2016, expanding their considered curation of places to visit and sights to see in the vibrant Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. Covering everything from independent shops selling the handiwork of locals, to bustling bars, the Monocle team select a detail list of their absolute must-see locations.

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    • Wonderwall Case Studies looks deep into the mind of Japanese designer Masamichi Katayama, the founder and principal of Wonderwall. Often hailed as the world's most influential interior design firms, Wonderwall's East meets West approach to designing retail spaces has seen them work for superbrands such as Uniqlo, Diesel and Lexus. The first book on Katayama focuses on a selection of his key designs as well as exploring his influences, education and early years working in interior design.

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    • Northern Delights reveals why hardly any other interior or product design is so timeless, so functional, so aesthetic, and of such high quality as that of Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark. The book's stunning selection of Scandinavian design ranges from individual products to skillfully staged living spaces. Although it also presents iconic designs, the book focuses on the work of young talents who are consciously building upon local sustainable design traditions and further developing them in a way that is consistent, intelligent, and reflects an unerring sense of style.

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    • The Cereal guide to New York City features an edit of their favourite places, alongside beautiful photography of the city and personal articles by New Yorkers Fabrice Penot of Le Labo and Frank Muytjens of J. Crew. You'll also find a neighbourhood map and perfectly edited section of additional recommendations.

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    • A companion to the acclaimed documentary film Black and White Stripes: The Juventus Story, this book chronicles Juventus's dramatic journey alongside its long time devoted owners, the Agnelli family. The comprehensive story unfolds like a stage drama, mirroring key moments in the club's history throughout a series of acts that include championships, scandal, family tragedy, and some of the best players the game has ever seen. Boasting thirty-three Serie A titles and two European championships, the "Black and White Stripes" are the only major professional sports club that has had the same owners for nearly a century, a legacy that is evident through the visible bond between the family and the club, but which is ultimately tested by competition and tragedy.

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    • Explore Denmark's beautiful capital with the latest in the series of Monocle city guides. Discover the miles of harbourfront promenades, parks and a striking blend of contemporary and historic architecture that Copenhagen has to offer. As the birthplace of New Nordic cuisine and Danish Modern design, learn about the quality of the food, drink and shopping upholds these legacies.

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    • Celebrating one of the most distinguished names in fashion, Lanvin by Dean L. Merceron explores the extensive achievements of the house's founder Jeanne Lanvin. Beginning life as couturier and soon expanding into the realms of ready-to-wear, fragrance and more, Jeanne Lanvin would elevate the house to the ranks of one of the world's most luxurious names. The coffee-table tome features contributions from Alber Elbaz and Harold Koda among others, each detailing exactly why Lanvin has amassed the illustrious reputation it retains to this very day.

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    • Shinola is hailed as a true American success story. The label was founded in 2011 with the aim to re-establish crafts and skills in the USA that had been forgotten. Now operating from several factories in Detroit, reintroducing the city's reputation as a worldwide manufacturing hub. The Medium Lined Journal comes handmade from linen and showcases a sophisticated and timeless in design. This stationery essential Crafted with a hardback cover and filled with lined pages created from paper sourced from sustainably-maintained, American forests. Linen Bound Hardback Cover 192 Lined 60lb Pages Elasticated Closure Made in the USA

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    • Monocle's first ever book, The Monocle Guide to Better Living sees their editorial team curate an informative and entertaining collection of writing, reports and recommendations all of which centred around the publications key theme - quality of life. This top quality publication surveys the locations, products and ideas that are inspiring better living across the globe in a 400 page book featuring original photography and illustrations printed on a selection of the highest quality papers. This book represents Monocle's own contribution to making the world a little more liveable and loveable.

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    • Eric Brunetti's FUCT has carved itself a unique place in the American streetwear scene throughout its twenty-year history. This book, written by the founder himself, explores the brand's West Coast meets skate style aesthetic through his own sketches and designs, along with contributions from some of streetwear's most famous names.

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