Alice Temperley grew up in Somerset, on her parents’ cider farm before moving to London to attend university. Temperley graduated from the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins before setting up her company, Temperley London, together with her then boyfriend (now husband) Lars von Bennigsen in 2000.She is well known for her focus on beautiful fabrics and hand-finishes and has been hailed as “the designer making the biggest waves in British fashion’ by American Vogue.Temperley hosted her first fashion show in Notting Hill, London in 2003. In 2005 she moved her fashion shows to New York where she showed until 2011 (with the exception of the Spring Summer 2009 show in 2008 in London. In 2011 she returned to London for the brand’s tenth anniversary show at the British Museum. For four consecutive seasons, from 2009 to 2011, Temperley presented her collections via multimedia installations rather than traditional catwalk shows.Temperley London produce three lines; Temperley London, ALICE by Temperley and Temperley Bridal with 10 collections a year across the three lines, including Cruise and Pre Fall.Temperley Bridal launched in 2007. In spring of 2010 Temperley London launched a sister brand ‘ALICE by Temperley’, targeted at a younger demographic and containing more affordable and casual pieces. ALICE by Temperley debuted at leading department stores around the world including Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Harrods, Neiman Marcus, Isetan and Net-A-Porter.Temperley has five stand alone boutiques; two in London- a flagship on Mayfair’s Bruton Street and an occasion wear boutique in Notting Hill, as well as stores in Los Angeles, Dubai and Doha, Qatar. Additionally, Temperley London is sold in 300 stores in 37 different countries.Somerset by Alice Temperley, the designers first high street collaboration launched exclusively with British Retailer John Lewis in September 2012. The line is the fastest selling fashion collection in the department store’s history.The company headquarters are based between Mayfair and Notting Hill in London.
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