By  on July 13, 2009

Club Monaco is turning to men’s wear for fall.

Under the direction of Timothy Farah, the new vice president of men’s design, the Polo Ralph Lauren-owned retailer is widening its fit options and creating a collection that encompasses tailored clothing, sportswear, furnishings, outerwear and accessories. It also is bringing in third-party vendors for the first time, adding Levi’s 501 jeans for men and women.

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