Louis Copeland (Dublin Airport)

Louis Copeland (Dublin Airport)
Address : Dublin Airport
Website : http://www.louiscopeland.com

Louis Copeland is Ireland's premiere tailor and men's wear retailer. Check out the Louis Copeland store at Dublin Airport. A brand of quality, style and elegance.

Louis Copeland, Ireland’s best-known tailor and menswear retailer, has a total of six stores nationwide, four of which are Dublin city centre stores. There are two other stores one in Dublin Airport and the other on Merchants Road in Galway. The Dublin City centre stores are on Capel Street, Pembroke Street, Wicklow Street and their newest store at the chq Building, in the IFSC.

The Copeland family have been in the clothing business for nearly a century in Ireland. Hyman Copeland founded the business in the early 1900's which was adopted and continued by his son Louis. Today the thriving business is run by the third generation namely Louis and Adrian.

louis copeland dublinThey cater to men from all walks of life and provide suits to the man on a budget starting out on his first job, to the businessman dressing for success, and right up to the celebrity looking to make an impression at a premiere.

The Louis Copeland name is possibly one of the best known names worldwide in the clothing industry. The list goes on and on, with famous names such as Pierce Brosnan (007), Tom Jones, Ronan Keating, Westlife, Kevin Spacey, Dan Aykroyd and the European Ryder Cup Team to name but a few not forgetting our loyal and regular clientele. All stores carry Louis Copeland’s own brand but also clothing from Canali, Brioni, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Paul & Shark, Armani, Versace, Duchamp and Eton to mention a few of the leading brand names available.

Their professional and friendly staff are vastly experienced and will strive to guarantee that you will make a confident purchase, with a truly personal service and attention assured.

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