Luck 1997 Brand New Napapijri Collection, Produced Has Components Taken from All lLifestyles

Luke Roper created the Luke 1977 in 2001.

The brand was eventually created as a contemporary menswear brand, growing its foundations through independent menswear boutiques. The clothing produced has components taken from all lifestyles, meaning Luke 1977 is a brand that can be worn by all. Luke 1977 1

Prior to graduating, Luke already had a plan in place with lifelong friend Simon Poole. Their dream was to create the best menswear brand in the UK, and after teaming up with Deborah Poole as well, the business’ journey began.

The first garments Luke 1977 produced were stylish shirts designed by hand by Luke himself. His upbringing in his mother’s sewing room in Walsall came in very useful, and many of the shirts would be stitched individually by him before the business fully took off.

A couple of years after the brand was created, Luke 1977 came to life with the introduction of its logo. It was whilst Luke was fishing in Ireland that he came up with the idea – inspired by an old bottle of whiskey. The lions head design in black, gold and a bit of red was the masculine emblem Luke had been searching for; and added more to the brand than just a name.

Following this, the clothing brand began to evolve further, widening its reach into the fashion industry to be sold throughout the UK and also in stores across America. There are now three lines available within the brand: Luke 1977, Luke Denim and Luke Roper.

The three diffusion lines each market to their own audience. Luke 1977 maintains the classic line, as it was first developed, Luke Denim stocks prestigious denim products and Luke Roper which hosts a line of athleisure clothing.

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From trainers and flip flops, to tailored blazers and shirts, the Luke brand covers all bases in male fashion. Providing its customers with a range of clothing suitable for any occasion. Luke 1977 can take you from the gym, to the office and out for drinks without having to change your brand.

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