Kurt Geiger

Kurt Geiger

Born on Bond Street in the nineteen-sixties, Kurt Geiger is an essential part of the British high-street and its landscape. Look here for unique women's footwear styles straight from the catwalk.

1963 was the year that this British brand launched in London. Unique from the first, the shoe brand became an essential part of the British style revolution of the sixties and seventies.

By 1977, Kurt Geiger opened in Harrods, and by 1991, in Selfridges. These positions in two of the UK’s most prolific luxury department stores cemented it as a High Street shop with serious clout.

Through the years, KG acquired collaborators and diffusion lines, including with Carvela and Miss KG. Each off-shoot of the main brand uses the same love of the catwalk as its inspiration. Inimitable materials and cutting edge designs make the Kurt Geiger stilettos, boots and other pieces absolute essentials.

In 2011, Kurt Geiger founded Everything But The Dress, which addresses bags and other accessories alongside footwear. With its mirrored entranceway and boutique style interior, this shoe shop has become a mecca of accessories shopping for those looking for a perfect finishing touch.

London is at the heart of every collection, with that particular British cool that began in the Sixties running through every design. Now with over 70 global stores and upwards of 170 concessions, Kurt Geiger is an important power player, trusted expert on the trends and favourite of women and men all over the UK and the world.

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