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

formal training at the Melbourne Institute of Textiles, then in 1999, she began her career in fashion in Melbourne. She was subsequently launched into the Australian fashion scene with her namesake label's Spring/Summer 2004/05 collection whihc was entitled "Meet Me At The Magic Club,” . The said Spring/Summer 2004/05 received outstanding reviews from some of the country's most influential fashion editors.

Now based in Sydney, her aim has been to blend elegance with innovation. Focusing on luxurious fabrics and quality craftsmanship, Kirrily's clothes are detailed and tailored yet maintain a sexy modern edge.

The Kirrily Johnston label also incorporates a lingerie collection, which is known for being stylish yet supremely comfortable. Her famous French Knickers have been written about many times as the ultimate alternative to the G-String.

Kirrily Johnston's more famous fans include Rhada Mitchell, Megan Gale, Alek Wek, Suze De Marche, and most recently, top international supermodel Irina Lazareanu.

Kirrily Johnston is sold in selected boutiques and department stores in Australia, USA, UK , Asia and New Zealand, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Germany, and the Middle East.

Her products are also available online:
Caplolla.Com
0064 9 4180052
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http://www.capolla.com

Kirrily Johnston E-Shop
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http://www.kirrilyjohnston.com


MyCatwalk
MyCatwalk.com.au
+612 9810 5447
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MyCatwalk.com.au

Frockshop
http://www.frockshop.com.au

Le Black Book
http://www.leblackbook.com.au

Indian Giver
0402 085 355
www.indiangiver.com.au

Kirrily Johnston participated in fashion shows, among the latest are:
1. Australian Fashion Week 2009/2010
2. New Zealand 2008
3. Australian Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2008/2009

In June 2005, Kirrily Johnston opened her first boutique in Sydney, followed by the opening of her flagship store in February 2007 in her hometown of Melbourne, at 1033 High St. Armadale in Australia.

My favorite Kirrily Johnston! I like her Dead Lovers Knit Dress and Tunic, Opium Dress Top and the Absinthe Hooded Knit.


List of books: Kirrily,Johnston

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