Press Release: December 04, 2009
The all new Monkey Clothing website has taken off big time in the run up to Christmas, with fashionistas snapping up the latest lines of designer and independent-label clothing from the likes of Diesel, G-Star Raw, Chilli Pepper and Luke 1977.
The latter 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'.
Since the rise of Luke 1977 in 2001 the growth of the brand has been constantly uprising; in a matter of eight years Luke 1977 has become one of Britain's most recognisable and highly sought after designer labels – and with some of today's most prolific indie rock acts such as The Twang and Artic Monkeys backing the brand, Luke 1977 is definitely here to stay and Monkey Clothing are proud to house the very latest lines – available instore at their Wakefield outlet and online.
ABOUT MONKEY CLOTHING
Monkey Clothing is now Wakefield's largest independent clothing retailer offering both menswear and female collections. Our brand portfolio is ever changing in our constant search for that "something different." We are not afraid to take risks in our choice of collections both with big brands local designers - making Monkey Clothing a highly popular and unique shopping experience.
The all-new user-friendly website can be visited at www.monkeyclothing.co.uk and your new clothing can be with you tomorrow FREE of charge as all orders over £40 qualify for free next day delivery!
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