Cotton cardigan, $169.50
Nylon anorak, $179.50
Winston triple buckle bag, $269
Right: Sport shirting, $79.50 each


Club Monaco's first store is on Toronto's Queen Street West,
and once had a café below the sales floor.
Now Online

Club Monaco

Ever since enlisting the design talents of Aaron Levine, and the consultancy of A Continuous Lean's Michael Williams, Club Monaco's relevant, well-fitting menswear has caught the attention of fashion-forward guys as well as men just looking for great clothes. The only setback was that their reach was limited to less than a hundred stores in North America alone. But that's all changing with the launch of a much anticipated web store stocked with the brand's spring collection. "The collection is inspired by the laid-back, effortless cool of the West Coast," says Levine. "It's easy and casual, but also contains more dressed up elements when you need it to be." The site is debuting soon, but you can get an early preview tomorrow by becoming a Club Monaco Facebook fan. In addition to special web exclusive products and some editorial content, you'll enjoy free shipping and returns through the end of April. Valet. got a preview of some of the men's goods that will be on offer. Here are the things we instantly added to our cart—a light cardigan, an of-the-moment anorak, along with some casual shirts and a waxed canvas weekender.

Get an early preview: fan Club Monaco on Facebook


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March 26, 2012

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