London-based fashion designer associated with his labels Andrew Groves and Jimmy Jumble.
Before launching his first label, Jimmy Jumble, he worked as the head assistant to Alexander McQueen for many years.
He has become known for his controversial catwalk presentations, including one entitled Cocaine Nights, where models walked on a runway with a sugar-made spread resembling cocaine.
He was born in Maidstone, England.
U.S. President Bill Clinton condemned his fashion shows for allegedly glamorizing drug use.