MONDAY - SATURDAY: 10AM - 8PM
SUNDAY: 11AM - 7PM
Kurt Geiger's flagship store in Covent Garden is a temple to footwear, stocking over 1,000 different designs for well-heeled ladies and gents.
Look out for the legendary shoe chandelier as you enter from Covent Garden's James Street before perusing the many Kurt Geiger collections which include everything from killer stiletto heels to punchy platforms, sensible (but stylish) flats, sexy sandals, luxurious loafers and boyish brogues.
Newlife Recycling Scheme
In the Kurt Geiger flagship in Covent Garden you can recycle your old shoes. Kurt Geiger will accept any shoes, from any brand, in any condition to donate to a great cause. Any shoes that NewLife are unable to sell will be fully recycled, with the materials going on to be used for socially responsible projects.
About Kurt Geiger
Kurt Geiger first opened in Britain’s fashion capital on Bond Street, London in 1963. Since the sixties Kurt Geiger has not stood still as it continuously evolves to make covetable fashion-forward footwear and accessories with a unique market position, pairing aspiration with accessibility. Creative Director, Rebecca Farrar-Hockley and her team of specialist shoe and accessory designers lead the creative vision of the brands; Kurt Geiger London and Carvela situated at the Kurt Geiger headquarters on Britton Street, within the design hub of Clerkenwell London. The design studio sees distinct product creation for each label, from Kurt Geiger London’s trend lead design of footwear and accessories for men, women and kids to Carvela’s polished and refined aesthetic of quality footwear and accessories with comfort and design at its core. An authority on designer footwear and accessories, today Kurt Geiger has over 60 stores, a digital global flagship kurtgeiger.com and over 200 concessions within the world’s most prestigious department stores.
1 JAMES STREET