King’s Lynn designer clothing firm teams up with town centre barber’s

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Lynn designer clothing firm, CULTIVATE, is teaming up with a town centre barber’s to promote its range of products at a pop-up event tomorrow.

The event, from noon to 2pm, takes place at Mckenzie’s Traditional Barbers in Broad Street and marks the start of partnership between the two businesses,

Representatives from CULTIVATE, which focusses its business on young people, will be upstairs in the shop selling products from its website and talking about the new partnership and future plans. Anyone who attends will receive 15 per cent off any purchase on the day.

Throughout the day a competition will be run where customers have the chance of winning a free haircut/shave from the team at Mckenzies.

Matt Mulready, founder of Cultivate, said: “The basis of this partnership is our shared belief that customers deserve the ultimate experience. We’re both passionate about looking good, and if you’re a customer of both Cultivate and Mckenzies then you’re going to look amazing and be in the know about all the latest fashion looks and male grooming.

“We chose to work with Mckenzies as coming from a city as diverse as London, they have brought big city style and influences to the local community and CULTIVATE aims to do the same. We share the same brand values, giving the customer a unique experience to the one they receive from the other standard barbers/clothing brands.

“This signifies the continuation of CULTIVATE looking to really capitalise on and utilise the skills of more local businesses, building on the successful partnership we already have with Ikon clothing store in New Conduit Street.

“Our female customers needn’t feel left out, as we are looking to build similar partnerships with more local salons and beauticians. This all leads up to our brand being featured in this year’s, The Clothes Show Live.”

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