There’s a new kid on the block preparing to supply Manchester with stylish streetwear.
The MILK Project – an up-and-coming clothing label from Wythenshawe – has confirmed its big launch on April 10; generating huge hype across social media in the process.
Finer details have been kept safely under wraps for many months, but the attire has managed to cultivate a reputation that’s turned MILK into one of Greater Manchester’s most anticipated clothing drops of 2021 so far.
After three years in the works, MILK is officially joining Manchester’s streetwear scene next month – aiming to unite the public in the process.
“I wanted to build a place that was full of hope and positive energy,” says Joseph, the brains behind the brand.
For him – and hopefully many others – The MILK Project will be a voice for the people.
Their quirky cow and carton logo is set to inject some much-needed fun into wardrobes, with owners apparently having their fingers right on the pulse of Manchester’s artistic, eclectic streetwear scene.
Joseph says he’s tapped into his roots when creating his expressive and courageous clothing brand.
“I run the brand on my own from a small box room on a Wythenshawe Council Estate,” says Joseph.
“I grew up in this area and have seen the culture first-hand.”
At the centre of the brand is inclusivity.
“The MILK Project is non-exclusive,” Joseph explains.
“Everything we make and sell is unisex and made with kindness at the core of its heart.”
The brand, which aims to empower its audience, has the tagline ‘be the best version of moo’ – hoping to make people feel appreciated and happy in themselves after what has been a difficult year.
“I’m ecstatic to finally launch The MILK Project on April 10th,” says Joseph.
“I’m even more ecstatic to see people wearing these garments with confidence!”
There’s only a few days left until the funky pieces arrive online. But in the meantime, you can follow MILK’s Instagram for updates and behind-the-scenes content.
Manchester dentist loved by celebs is knocking £1000 off popular Invisalign treatment
A luxury dentist in Manchester is offering Invisalign treatment with a massive saving this month.
Ruh Dental, which counts the likes of Molly-Mae Hague and Helen Flanagan as patients, will be offering packages with more than £1000-worth of savings.
The special offer is part of the boutique dental practice’s Invisalign Open Week, with discounts on the hugely popular clear brace system which straightens teeth discreetly.
Most cases are able to be completed within six months, with noticeable differences in just three months.
Invisalign can close gaps, and fix overbites and misaligned teeth with less clinic visits than traditional ‘train track’ braces.
Anyone who books in for a consultation and takes up treatment during Invisalign Open Week will save over £1000, thanks to a free consultation (worth £75), free 3D digital scan and simulation of your teeth (worth £300), £400 off aligners, free Vivera Retainers worth £500, and free teeth whitening worth £175.
The open week will run between 29 March and 5 April, with the offer valid for five days after the consultation.
Ruh Dental is based in the heart of Spinningfields and is trusted by the likes of Jill Scott, Helen Flanagan and Olivia Attwood.
The private practice has no waiting lists, with patients seen ASAP, and focuses on restorative and cosmetic procedures.
Its dental team is led by the award-winning Dr Billal Arshad, an expert in his field who trains colleagues nationally and internationally and is famed for his attention to detail and artistic flair.
Another Ruh Dental deal currently running is a Mother’s Day offer, where you can claim a free afternoon tea at The Ivy and a free hygiene appointment when you refer your mum for an appointment with Dr Arshad.
Trafford Centre’s new interactive ‘Wonderwall’ experience helps you style your home
The Trafford Centre has come up with a novel way to design your home with their exciting new ‘Wonderwall’ experience.
On until Sunday, 26 February, the fully interactive Wonderwall is a fun new touchscreen approach to styling your home and selecting fine new furnishings, featuring furniture and homeware items from various Trafford Centre retailers.
Doing up your gaff can be a fun but often stressful and challenging task, with the sheer amount of choice sometimes feeling overwhelming and the notion of making appointments with a stylist or a full day of shopping around is simply too much faff when you’re trying to get on with everyday life.
That’s where the Wonderwall comes in: not only do you get to create your own mood board on the fly with countless top-quality items from the likes of John Lewis, H&M, Selfridges, Next and more, but you also get on-the-go styling advice as you build out the look for each of your rooms.
Moreover, you never have to risk that dreaded scenario of your order turning up and being nothing like you expected or it was advertised online, as the best part is you can literally go and look, feel and test every piece you pick from the shops within the Trafford Centre.
Better still, if you sign-up to become a Pulse member — TC’s dedicated loyalty which provides you early and exclusive news, perks and events from all of their retailers — you can win yourself a limited-time only gift card to put towards styling your home.
All you have to do is sign-up by joining the WiFi when you’re there. Happy days.
Last but not least, with less than a week left of half-term, not only is the Trafford Centre the perfect place to take the kids but the Wonderwall can also help keep them occupied as well as get them involved in the redesign.