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Kurt Geiger seeks worldwide expansion

Kurt Geiger seeks worldwide expansion

British shoe label Kurt Geiger wants to expand even further, both in United Kingdom and in the rest of the world, after a management buy-out.

British talent

"Our company is passionate about product, and we will carry on our legacy of offering the most exciting and innovative footwear, bringing the creativity of British design talent to a global audience", management stated after the buy-out. Previously, the brand belonged to Jones Group, which owns brands like Givenchy Jewelry, Dockers and Gloria Vanderbilt.


Kurt Geiger has more than 70 stores of its own worldwide and is a concession holder in more than 180 department stores in the United Kingdom and abroad, where it sells luxury shoes from several brands. Its own brands are for sale at more than 70 large department stores worldwide.

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