We never thought we’d say this, but Club Monaco is one to watch this fall. As Josh Peskowitz over at Men.Style explains, the Canadian-born brand has a new menswear designer in Timothy Farah — a former Thom Browne protégé who’s bent on bringing tailored chic-ery to the masses, i.e., truly modern cuts, grosgrain taping, mother-of-pearl buttons, and working buttonholes at the cuff for under $500. Will the fabric reflect the low price-point? Of course. But our hats go off to Club Monaco — owned by Polo Ralph Lauren since ’99, by the way — for the effort here.
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