Tour the fashion world in style with the Mallzee holiday competition!

1 Posted by - February 12, 2015 - All, Fashion, News

Fancy yourself a fashion jet-setter? Want the Summer of a lifetime, travelling to some of the world’s fashion capitals? Well look no further, because we’re about to make your fashion dreams come true…

Mallzee holiday competition

 

Win the holiday of a lifetime with Mallzee and StudentUniverse!

To celebrate the start of Fashion Month, we’ve partnered with our friends over at StudentUniverse to give one lucky fashionista the holiday of a lifetime. Take in the endless avenues and boulevards of Paris before hotfooting it to Milan’s uber chic squares and shopping courtyards- with more fashionable stops along the way!

 

Dying to know more? We thought you might be…

 

The 411

 

One lucky winner will visit LONDON – PARIS – MILAN – MADRID, and won’t have to pay a penny for flights or hotels. All you have to worry about is how many killer outfits you should pack, and whether you’ll have enough room in your suitcase for all that shopping!

 

Need any more convincing? We didn’t think so. All you need to do to enter is submit your email address in the form below- simple.

 

GOOD LUCK!

 

 

Terms and conditions

See here for StudentUniverse terms and conditions.
Further to these, please note:
Mallzee will select one (1) winner at random.
Mallzee will contact the winner within 3 days of the competition closing and the winner has 2 weeks to claim their prize, if the prize isn’t claimed within this period, Mallzee reserve the right to select another winner at random.
By entering, you acknowledge and agree to Mallzee sharing your email address with StudentUniverse.
Mallzee will not be held responsible for any alterations to the prize offered by StudentUniverse.
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