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Monkey Clothing offers Luke 1977 spring/summer collection
02
Apr '10
Yorkshire's leading clothing retailer, Monkey Clothing, has been inundated in recent days after announcing that the spring / summer collection of Luke 1977 clothing is now in stock.

A full range of Luke 1977 jeans, jackets, polos, t-shirts and other accessories are flying off the shelves as the discerning male plans for the sunny months ahead.

The contemporary British label has become a particular menswear favourite in recent times, with its eminent working class appeal, distinct humour and irreverence for popular culture. The Luke 1977 brand is distinctly British in a number of aspects - the actual style of the brand itself is classic and understated in design with the overt British imagery in Luke's logo's such as the lion's head and the use of the Union Jack flag.

The brand has been hailed for its 'dresslexia' stance as a parody of dyslexia referring to people who seemingly get dressed in the dark; Luke 1977 is seen to be fighting in 'the dresslexic resistance'.

The rise in the stature of Luke 1977 has been boosted by celebrity clientele that prefer the Luke 1977 brand to many of the other designer menswear brands, including actors Stephen Graham and Jody Latham, footballers Jamie Carragher and David Beckham, Brit bands The Enemy and Kid British and England captain Rio Ferdinand.

Luke differs from many other household names as it is independently owned and only distributes to selected menswear stores. Monkey Clothing was one of the first UK stockists to offer Luke and is proud that Luke 1977 has grown into a complete menswear collection and one of the 'must have' brands in the country.

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