A FASHION boutique is celebrating its first birthday.

Milania Boutique is hosting an ‘anniversary bash’ on Saturday, March 16 to thank customers for their loyal support.

This family-run business on King Street in Knutsford has been a dream come true for 44-year-old Lisa Davy.

The Northwich mum-of-two employs three members of staff and a Saturday assistant.

Lisa said: “We want people to come along and celebrate with us.

“We are incredibly grateful to all our customers for their continued support over the past year.

Knutsford Guardian: Milania Boutique modelling their style at Flash Fashion in NovemberMilania Boutique modelling their style at Flash Fashion in November (Image: Maxine Linas)

“Their loyalty and patronage have been the driving force behind our success and we are thrilled to celebrate this milestone with them.

“It’s our small way of saying thank you for believing in us and supporting our dream.”

Lisa’s boutique is inspired by the bold, bright colours of fashion in Milan.

Milania has become a beacon of flamboyant statement pieces blended with elegance and sophistication that cater to the diverse tastes and preferences of their clients.

From chic dresses to trendy accessories, this boutique has become synonymous with quality, style and personal service.

Lisa said: “It’s great to see so many fashion boutiques in Knutsford.

“We’re all different and there is something for everyone.

“We need to encourage people to support the high street and shop local, instead of going out of town.”

The anniversary celebration will include music, refreshments, a golden egg draw, exclusive discounts on selected items, as well as a 10 per cent reduction on all stock.

Milania has teamed up with Pulse of Perfumery to blend fragrance with fashion and offer a POP goody bag to all customers spending more than £30 on Saturday.

Milania is looking forward to taking part in the next Flash Fashion Knutsford in May, showcasing the town’s independent fashion stores.

“This fashion show drives footfall for all the businesses in town,” said Lisa.

“It is good for everyone.”