Kurt Geiger first opened in Britain’s fashion capital on Bond Street, London in 1963. Since the ‘60s Kurt Geiger has not stood still as it continuously evolves to make covetable footwear and accessories for the fashionista. Kurt Geiger has set itself apart with fashion authority blending London style and urban wearability. Discover the Kurt Geiger story so far from Bond Street to Great Britton Street!
Kurt Geiger opened the first boutique on Bond Street, London
Acquired Carvela to create what it is known for today as the Kurt Geiger label for fantasy footwear and every day must-haves
The brand enjoyed such success with its British clientele that it launched men's collections
Launched KG Kurt Geiger, known today as the Kurt Geiger label for grunge-cool model off-duty style
Kurt Geiger launched its first boutique concept store on South Molton Street, London
Opening international locations with presence in Europe’s fashion capitals and the Middle East, Kurt Geiger began to build a global reputation
Kurt Geiger staged its first exhibition in London to celebrate the stiletto, creative director Rebecca Farrar-Hockley’s signature vision
Kurt Geiger opened the British flagship in London's historic Covent Garden
Kurt Geiger founded Everything but the Dress. A striking must-have accessory collection designed in London blending the capital’s edgy attitude
Kurt Geiger became a public limited company under the acquisition of The Jones Group
Great Britton, a new design studio to house the growing creative team and Kurt Geiger headquarters opened in East London on Britton Street.
Kurt Geiger launched in North America with a West Coast flagship in San Francisco
Kurt Geiger launched on the East Coast of America with the first boutique on Bleecker Street, New York