Monocle has established itself not only as one of the leading magazines in the world when print is looking extremely bleak, it is also known for its carefully curated goods and collaborations, mainly because of their good taste. Just a little peek into Monocle's memorable line-up (which pretty much can include everything)-- Blackberry, Comme des Garcons, Bill Amberg and Porter. One of the magazine's latest foray into collaborations is with Japanese footwear designer, Hiroshi Tsubouchi, and these light slip-on shoes are quite perfect for the summer. The slip-on shoes are an interesting mix of old-world charm in its printed window pane calf skin, monochromatic caramel calf skin and traditional Kyoto-print design deer skin. These easy-wearing slip-ons will be excellent for summer vacations and light packing for its versatility (not to mention the gum outsoles and raffia weave midsoles add a tropical touch to these shoes). Wear and love with everything from Bermuda shorts to chinos and cuffed denim, these are available now at the Monocle Shop.