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Alexander White (born June 1988) is a British shoe designer who launched his eponymous footwear line in September 2014. He is known for his feminine design approach which has led to distribution internationally, including major retailers, such as Barneys New York, Lane Crawford and Level Shoe District.
He attended The King's School, Chester, an independent school in Chester before going to study Design and Applied Arts at the University of Edinburgh. During this time White noticed his love for shoe design and later studied Footwear Design at Cordwainers' College at London College of Fashion.
Before starting his own label, White gained industry experience at Giles Deacon, Erdem and Kurt Geiger. Whilst working for Kurt Geiger he set out to launch his brand after a chance encounter with the Creative Director of Jimmy Choo at Heathrow airport.
In 2015 he was one of the finalists in Vogue Italia’s WHO IS ON NEXT? Competition. In 2017, Alexander White was named Footwear Designer of the Year at the Draper’s Footwear Awards . Later that year he presented his first collection at London Fashion Week.
Alexander White is a member of the British Fashion Council.
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