Rupert Sanderson

Rupert Sanderson (born in 1966 in Penang, Malaysia) is a shoe designer.

Early life and education

After graduating from Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, London University, Sanderson worked in advertising in London before enrolling on the shoe making course at Cordwainers College in East London. Sanderson then worked in Italy first for Sergio Rossi, and later Bruno Magli.

Career

Rupert Sanderson produced his first shoe collection in 2001. By way of reinforcing his design principles, in 2006 Sanderson bought a controlling interest in the shoe factory in the outskirts of Bologna, Italy, that he had been working with from his first collection.[]

Achievements and awards

2008
  • Established Fashion Fringe Shoes [1] with Colin McDowell's Fashion Fringe organisation.
  • Designed shoes for Peter Handke's The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other at the National Theatre.
  • WON British Fashion Council [2] Accessory Designer of the Year[3]
2009
2010
  • Designed shoes for The Royal Opera's Aida for a cast of over 200. Directed by David McVicar.

Collaborations

Stores

Rupert Sanderson has two stores in London and opened stores in Hong Kong and Paris. The stores in London include one in Mayfair, and the other in Knightsbridge; the Hong Kong store is situated at the heart of Central on On Lan Street; and in Paris at the Palais-Royal. Rupert Sanderson shoes are also available in over 160 department and specialist stores in fashion capitals around the world.

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