|Industry||Footwear and Accessories Retailing|
|Headquarters||London, England, UK|
Number of locations
|Rebecca Farrar-Hockley (Creative Director)|
|Products||Kurt Geiger London, KG Kurt Geiger, Miss KG, Carvela and Mini Miss KG|
|Revenue||£260 million (2014)|
Number of employees
Kurt Geiger is a luxury British footwear and accessories retailer. Kurt Geiger has over 70 stores, and over 170 concessions within department stores, including Harrods and Selfridges. Kurt Geiger owns three brands Kurt Geiger London, KG Kurt Geiger and Carvela Kurt Geiger, created by its own in-house team.
The Kurt Geiger headquarters is located off Britton Street, Clerkenwell, London. The building, originally dating from the 1970s, was remodelled in 2009 by Archer Architects and is finished in a distinctive red, described as Pompean Red.
The company is named after its Austrian founder, who opened its first shop in London's fashion capital on Bond Street in 1963, and it has been based in London ever since.
In 1995 Kurt Geiger introduced a men’s collection designed in London with distinctly British edge. More recently, items from the collection have been worn by actors from Benedict Cumberbatch to Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum and John Boyega.
After a management buyout in 2008, it was sold by Graphite Capital to the U.S.-based brand management company The Jones Group in 2011. In 2014, the Jones Group was acquired by Sycamore Partners, who spun off Kurt Geiger into its own company.
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