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Lois Corduroys - Back In Stock 03/10/2017
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Lois Jeans Corduroys – Back In Stock

  LOIS JEANS CORDUROYS ARE BACK ONLINE Continuing a long tradition of providing substance and style the ever poplar collection of corduroys form Lois Jeans have now been re-stocked. Back for AW17 with a collection of Trousers and jackets in  Brown, Khaki, Navy and Tan colourways in both the thin and jumbo variations, the arrival has sparked much excitement amongst fans of heritage menswear and the Lois label. Providing a timeless and contemporary look, these fashion forward additions play host a classic appeal that can be hard found anywhere else. The corduroy jackets all boast a button up closing,... Read More

Lois Jeans AW16 New Arrivals 28/10/2016

Introducing the Lois Jeans AW16 Menswear Collection

This season’s latest new arrivals for AW16 sees the return of the ever popular Spanish label Lois to Stuarts London.  Started in Valencia, by the Saez Merino brothers in 1962, the brand has spent the past 54 years making high-quality denim garments to meet the need of the many. It can forever be symbolized as a Terrace Lads favorite, with a classic 80’s look book matching a pair of Lois jeans with Fila Vintage Roll Neck and a pair of Adidas Originals Gazelles. Over the past couple of years, Lois has undergone a facelift that has seen it... Read More

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Raw and Selvedge Denim insight and characteristics

  Raw and selvage denim explained : Many people confuse the two and think they are essentially the same, however there is a big difference.  What’s all the fuss about?  Why do denim-addicts and denim-amateurs alike pay extra special attention to it? Raw denim refers to the wash while Selvedge or also known as “selvage” is the edge. Most Raw Denim is “selvage” and not all Selvedge Denim is raw. Raw denim is a denim fabric that is not washed after being dyed during its production. Its left in its... Read More

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Lois Clothing: Catering to the Needs

Lois Clothing The Lois story began in Spain at the beginning of the 60s when three young men, ‘the Saez Merino brothers’, opened a cloth mill. At first, they produced their own denim clothes, catering mainly to the needs of the working class and soon became one of the best known jeans’ brands in Europe. An exponent of the most alternative street trends, Lois is aimed at middle to upper-middle class men and women, aged 14 to 30. Getting ever closer to its customer is a key feature of the... Read More