Stuart Vevers is a British-born fashion and accessories designer. Since his career began in 1996, he has worked in all four fashion capitals and for an abundance of design houses. Vevers completed his art foundation in hometown Carlisle in the North England and at 18, moved to London to study fashion design at Westminster University. Just before graduating in 1996, he began working for Calvin Klein in New York, where he stayed for two years. In 1998, the newly established designer was headhunted by Laura Moltedo, founder and then owner of Bottega Veneta, and he moved to Milan to take up the position as accessory designer for the brand. Whilst at Bottega, Vevers met Luella Bartley and began working for her label, a collaboration that lasted eight years. In 2002, he was appointed accessory designer at Givenchy and at Louis Vuitton under Marc Jacobs. Between 2002 and 2004, Vevers simultaneously worked at Vuitton, designed his own line for two seasons and maintained his positions at Givenchy and Luella. In 2004, he returned to London to become Design Director of Mulberry, designing accessories alongside men’s and women’s wear for the brand. At the beginning of 2009, Vevers moved to Madrid and took up his latest position as Creative Director of luxury leather goods brand Loewe.
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