Kurt Geiger / Company

Excess is unapologetic in the form of crystal embellishment, exaggerated bows, an abundance of pearls and vintage-inspired hand sewn appliques. A tiny glitter bag in the shape of a heart can be worn as jewellery, with platform wedges so high your head will be in the clouds!

Creative Director,
Rebecca Farrar-Hockley

Our History

The Kurt Geiger Story

The original Kurt Geiger store first opened its doors in Britain’s fashion capital on Bond Street, London in 1963. Since then the brand has continued to evolve, making covetable footwear and accessories for fashion-forward and characterful women and men around the world.
A true fashion authority, Kurt Geiger – named after the brand’s Austrian founder - blends iconic London style with urban wearability to create daring and recognisable designs at the forefront of fashion. Kurt Geiger now has over 70 stores as well as over 170 concessions in department stores, including Harrods and Selfridges, and sells over four million pairs of shoes a year.
From Bond Street to Great Britton Street, here is our story.


Kurt Geiger opens its first stores on Sloane Street and Bond Street, London


Kurt Geiger opens its first concession in Harrods, Knightsbridge


Kurt Geiger and Carvela merge companies


Kurt Geiger opens a new concession in Selfridges, Oxford Street


Kurt Geiger launches their first men's collection


Kurt Geiger launches edgier line KG Kurt Geiger to reach a fashionable consumer


Kurt Geiger launches new store concept, designed by the architect John Field it is described as ‘a jewellery shop for shoes’


Kurt Geiger launches; KURTGEIGER.COM


Kurt Geiger expands into Middle East and Europe


Kurt Geiger introduces the 'Stiletto' as brand signature style, launching a range with over 100 different colours


Kurt Geiger introduces 'Everything But The Dress' accessories concept branding out into every type of accessory. This coincided with the re-launch of KURTGEIGER.COM


Kurt Geiger expands into North America


Kurt Geiger celebrates its 50th Anniversary, releasing 200 golden ‘Belgravia,’ stiletto sandals. Kurt Geiger launches Miss KG, a new brand aimed at a younger, highly fashion conscious, consumer.


Kurt Geiger opens Shoe Heaven in Harrods, created by David Collins Studio. The brand also continues market expansion in China and Australia


Kurt Geiger launches Mini Miss KG a brand new playful range for 4 – 12 year olds


Kurt Geiger introduces the Kensington handbag, complete with its iconic eagle emblem detailing as a brand signature style


Kurt Geiger opens the first Kurt Geiger London boutique in Selfridges, designed by the esteemed architect, Jamie Forbert. In July the brand launched its first ‘characterful style,’ campaign featuring Joan Collins and Jay-Kay from Jamiroquai. Kurt Geiger continues to expand in North America and Europe. Kurt Geiger opens the first Carvela boutique in Westfield, White City.