The deal with the luxury fashion group, who own Louis Vuitton and Dior, will also see Jonathan become creative director of LVMH’s Spanish leather brand, Loewe.
Now working out of his Dalston based studio, Jonathan unveiled his debut menswear collection at London Fashion Week in 2008, and later turned his hand to womenswear and collaborated with Topshop and Versace.
Jonathan’s success follows LVMH’s purchase of a majority stake in Nicholas Kirkwood’s own label, another LCF alumnus. Nicholas studied BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear in 2001.
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