Stuart Vevers graduated from the University of Westminster in 1996. His first job was at Calvin Klein followed by Bottega Veneta, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton where he worked with Marc Jacobs.
Stuart Vevers join Mulberry as Creative Director from Bottega Veneta in 2005 as their creative director. Mulberry is a British design company whose main product is a line of luxury bags for men and women. In addition to leather goods like the Roxanne and the Bayswater handbags, which have become covetable fashion classics they also produce menswear and womenswear. He has been instrumental in the company's success, transforming their leather goods into the must-have 'It' handbags of the season. During his time at Mulberry he has been responsible for increasing the brands high profile public image with a range of highly desirable bags, accessories and clothes as well as a highly successful advertising campaign. In 2006 Vevers was awarded Accessory Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Design awards for his work at Mulberry.
He has also collaborates with Luella Bartley and Designer of the Year, Giles Deacon.
On July 26th, 2007, it was announced that Mulberry design director Stuart Vevers would be leaving Mulberry to replace Jose Enrique Ona Selfa as creative director at Loewe. The new appointment has Vevers based in Madrid full-time since he took up the position in January 2007. "Stuart fits the profile perfectly of what we wanted," Pierre-Yves Roussel, chief executive officer of the fashion division at LVMH – which owns Loewe – told WWD. "We have been making operational changes at the brand recently. Now we want to emphasize Loewe's strong point - leather goods - with someone who can make desirable handbags." "I've loved working with Stuart, who is a great designer," says Lisa Montague, Mulberry's chief operating officer. "He has built a strong team, bringing a wealth of talent to the brand and the search is now on to find a suitable successor to take Mulberry to the next level."