Rooted in rock 'n' roll with a signature sense of humor, Lucky Brand stands for independent thinking, individual style and a feeling as authentic as love. Friends since youth, creators Gene Montesano and Barry Perlman shipped the first order of Lucky Brand in 1990, and have been renowned for their great-fitting jeans and vintage-inspired apparel and accessories ever since.
From the manufacturer
Born in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles in 1990, Lucky Brand draws its inspiration from the effortless cool that the city is known for. We design our apparel, accessories, and shoes like we do our denim—producing the best quality at the best value, without sacrificing the style and details that set them apart. Our footwear and lifestyle accessories complement the outfitting centered around our jeans for comfortable, easy styling you’ll want to wear for any occasion.
Meet the Basel
With a flex sole and a stacked heel, the Basel offers comfort all day long. With two zippers, Basel also offers easy on and off.
Meet the Cahill
This leather stepdown style offers two shoes in one. The Cahill can be worn as a traditional loafer or the back can stepped down to be worn as a mule for easy slip on! The flex sole and stacked heel offer all-day comfort.
Meet the Emmie
The Emmie has been a part of the family since our start. Restyled in a variety of colors and materials, this best-selling style continues to be an amazing value. With a memory foam insole and 0.31 inch heel, it offers the cushion and lift that you need to stay comfortable all day long!
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