About the Brand

In March 2006 the first ever ‘MARY-KYRI’ collection made entirely in Italy, ‘Virago’, was released in Australia and New Zealand. The collection focused on ten different designs, one in particular ‘Elisav’, becoming the brands signature design released every Summer.

The brand has developed an international reputation for producing beautiful, distinct, high fashion stilettos, flats, sandals and boots that are also extremely comfortable. It’s distinct handwriting is immediately recognised through dynamic design lines making every style versatile yet totally unique.

Mary-Kyri’s first celebrity recognition came with Australia’s very own Kylie Minogue stepping out in the signature design ‘Elisav’ in Manchester England in 2007. The image of Kylie graced newspapers and magazines around the globe bringing international acclaim to the Australian designed brand. Soon after many international celebrities and stylists followed requesting pairs of Mary-Kyri Shoes for Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Dannii Minogue, Katie Holmes, Emma Booth, Tamara Ecclestone, Delta Goodrem and Sarah Jessica Parker.

The MARY-KYRI collections have featured in International and Australian top fashion magazines including; Vogue, Instyle, Cosmopolitan, Studio Magazines, Grazia, Karen Magazine, Ultimate Accessories Guide New York, Collezioni Italia, Italia Bride and many more.

To compliment the fashion stilettos, a Bridal and Evening Couture collection was created made from chic exquisite silk, satin and French Guipure lace. It became a favourite of red carpet events to the world’s most prestigious entertainment awards, also gaining the international attention of renowned stylist Patricia Field best known for styling Sex and The City, The Devil Wears Prada and Ugly Betty. Patricia requested the ‘Jualla’ design covered in Swarovski crystals, among others, to grace the catwalk of the ‘No Fashion, No Makeup’ Maybelline Shanghai launch.

The brand continues to grow internationally into new markets, expanding it’s collections, target markets and design aesthetics. Watch this space!