Lee Jeans Stores in Hong Kong

American denim jeans brand Lee has three stores in Hong Kong, including one within Plaza Hollywood (3 Lung Poon Street).

Founded by Henry David Lee in 1889 in Salina, Kansas (USA), Lee is
one of the world’s oldest and most respected denim jeans brands.

Lee Jeans store Plaza Hollywood Hong Kong.

Originally, and up to 1954, the company focused on creating durable work clothes, such as dungarees, jackets, and overalls, and even though the company has expanded to casual wear and denim fashion, this heritage of long-lasting quality continues to this day.

Lee Jeans shop Times Square Hong Kong.

As with many other pioneering denim jeans brands, from the company’s beginning, Lee jeans were very popular among American railway workers, cowboys (especially after the introduction of the 13oz ‘101’ cowboy jeans), and farmers.

In fact, through the years, Lee denimwear has been used by all who require durable and protective clothing. Today, the brand creates jeanswear and denim fashion under several different collections.

Lee Jeans "Rise with Your City" ad.

Of the available collections, if you’d like to purchase a genuine, historical-style Lee product, you should browse the Lee Originals line, which represents the company’s heritage and the original styles.

Lee Jeans Shop Locations in Hong Kong

Lee Jeans Harbour City
3-27 Canton Road, Shop 2502A-2502B, Level 2, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-10pm
www.leejeans-ap.com

Lee Jeans Plaza Hollywood
3 Lung Poon Street, Shop 137, 1/F, Plaza Hollywood
Diamond Hill, Hong Kong
Hours: Monday-Sunday 12noon-10pm
www.leejeans-ap.com

Lee Jeans Times Square
8 Matheson Street, Shop 633, 6/F, Times Square
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
www.leejeans-ap.com

Lee Jeans Hong Kong has an official Facebook brand page at www.facebook.com/leejeanshongkong.

Following the Facebook page, you’ll stay updated on the latest Lee denimwear collections and creations, their events, promotions, and other news related to the outlets in Hong Kong.