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Kirrily Johnston is a Sydney-based fashion designer whom
Edwina McCann, the Fashion Editor at The Australian placed as her Top 5 "Best of the Best”.

Kirrily Johnston received her

Kirtle is the old English name for a woman's skirt or dress; also the name of a man's tunic or coat that often reached th

Knee Buckle refers to a type of Buckle used by men to secure the kneeband of breeches, a style of short pants. Knee Buckles were used primarily from the mid-18th century to the early

Knee Highs refer to short Hosiery that comes up to just below the knee. Some Knee Highs are styled with elastic tops and stay up without the help of garters. They became very popular

Knee-Length refers to a dress or skirt that falls on or about the knees.

Knickers may refer to the following:

1. Long bloomers formerly worn as underwear by women and girls.
2. Chiefly British Panties.

3. Full breeches gathered and banded just below

Knife-Pleat refer to type of pleat described as very narrow pressed to form regular sharp pleats to skirts and dresses. Knife-Pleat is a type of pleat that was particularly popular fr

Knit Jeep refers to a kind of Hat which is named after the character Cpl. Walter Eugene 'Radar' O'Reilly (played by Gary Burghoff) from TV series M*A*S*H. This knit Hat with a short