More information about Kurt Geiger
Following modest beginnings with one store on London’s Sloane Street, the footwear business started by Austrian immigrant Kurt Geiger in 1965 grew rapidly. Taking its name founder Kurt Geiger – an Austrian Jew that escaped a terrible fate during World War II.
Originally owned by House of Fraser and then Harrods, Kurt Geiger now has 300 stand-alone stores, numerous concessions in department stores and operates the prestigious shoe departments at Harrods and Selfridges – the largest in the world. The online store at KurtGeiger.com is also flourishing, with 20 thousand pairs of shoes sold every week.
Whether you’re looking for some comfortable, warm boots to help see you through the winter – or you want some eye-catching high heels to wear to a formal event, you’re sure to be able to find exactly what you need in the Kurt Geiger range.