Sunday, 25 October 2015

Black Milk Clothing announces Doctor Who collection

At 9am (AEST) on Tuesday 3 November, Australian firm Black Milk Clothing will release their exclusive Doctor Who collection.

In collaboration with BBC Worldwide, the collection features 45 brand new products designed and manufactured in Brisbane, Australia, including leggings, dresses, swimsuits and tops.

The designs incorporate many iconic characters, monsters and moments from Doctor Who, such as Daleks, Cybermen, the outfits of various Doctors and, of course, the TARDIS.

Black Milk Clothing founder and head designer James Lillis says: “We are big fans of Doctor Who here at Black Milk, and have been wanting to do something around this iconic show for a long time.

“Collaborations such as this have become such an important part of the Black Milk world, and Doctor Who is a great fit for Black Milk – it’s quirky, irreverent and colourful, just like us!”

The collection promises to be quite unlike anything Doctor Who fans have seen before, with a good dose of Black Milk’s unique aesthetic. But Lillis assures that there will be something for everyone in the collection: “The Doctor Who fandom is a passionate and long-running one, and we really wanted to do that justice.”

Jason Easy, Head of Brand Licensing (Softlines), BBC Worldwide, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Black Milk to bring this unique clothing range to Doctor Who’s legion of fans.”

A preview event will be held in the Black Milk HQ concept store in Brisbane on Thursday 29 October, giving customers the opportunity to buy from the collection ahead of the release date. Items from the range will also be available to purchase from Black Milk’s stand at the Doctor Who Festival in Sydney, being held at the Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion on 21 and 22 November.

Black Milk Clothing ships worldwide to more than 200 countries. Explore the new range of products at Black Milk Clothing's website.

With thanks to Black Milk Clothing
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