The brand, a younger, hipper division of Polo Ralph Lauren Corp., is headed to balmy London and the famed retailer Browns on South Molton Street.
Starting in February, Browns will stock an assortment of Club Monaco's women's and men's apparel in a ground-floor space known as Shop 24.
The collections will also be available on Browns's web site, which can ship internationally.
This partnership is one in a trend of U.K. retailers selling American brands. The biggest to date is Net-A-Porter carrying J.Crew, which started earlier this year.
Club Monaco also forged a comparable relationship with the U.S. retailer Shopbop.com last month.
"We really wanted to be involved with Shop 24," Ann Watson, vice president of marketing and communications at Club Monaco, told WWD, "which is about the next new thing. It was a natural evolution for us, and with Browns we know we're reaching an international fashion consumer."
Club Monaco for Browns will launch with an event set to take place during London Fashion Week in February.
In other news, Britain's Accessorize has landed in the U.S.