Since 1908, Lee Cooper has held strong as “the people’s brand”. Quintessentially British, the company was founded in London’s East End by Morris Cooper and has since become a global pioneer of workwear and classic, authentic denim. Sold in over 90 countries worldwide and enjoying double digit growth year on year, Lee Cooper stays true to its heritage of Britishness, Work Culture and Music.
The F/W13 denim ranges for both men and women focus on simple silhouettes in shades of indigo blue, as well as muted autumnal tones of red, olive and beige, reflecting the seasonal colors of a country manor’s grounds. Washes are clean, with naturally occurring areas of wear to give an authentic finish. Lee Cooper’s work wear DNA is present throughout in details such as fabric reinforcement and factory stamps on the turn up of a denim cuff. Denims featuring functional detailing and simplicity of design remain core to Lee Cooper’s signature style.
I have checked out Lee Cooper jeans quite a few times during my trips through Europe and – at least as far as I remember – what I liked most about their denim was that the jeans were made of the heavier kind of denim, with less stretch and more rigidness, and this is a big YES for me!:-)