Kirsty Doyle has been establishing a loyal following for her contemporary womenswear designs since winning Project Catwalk in 2006.

Kirsty began selling her designs at craft markets in her native Liverpool at the age of 18, whilst studying design at LJMU. After moving to London to study for an MA in Womenswear at world renowned Central St Martins, Kirsty entered the first Project Catwalk show in 2006 where her success led to the establishment of the Kirsty Doyle womenswear label. After six seasons producing sell-out Kirsty Doyle collections for retailers such as Cricket and, Kirsty turned her talents to lingerie with the Kiki by Kirsty Doyle label, filling a gap in the lingerie market by providing decadent silk and chiffon lounge and nightwear.

The Kirsty Doyle flagship store launched in August 2009, showcasing the Kirsty Doyle RTW and Kiki by Kirsty Doyle lingerie labels as well as up and coming accessory and homeware designers in the prestigious MetQuarter, Liverpool. The store has been designed by Kirsty to provide a space to ‘allow new designers to showcase their work in a unique manner and allowing room for creative ideas and collaborations to flow’.

Kirsty is an avid supporter of charity as a patron of the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Imagine Appeal as well as working with the Design Initiative in Liverpool to support emerging designers within the U.K.

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