Friday, 18 July 2014

A Passport to Celebrate the Glamour of Italian Fashion at Westfield Competition

The Italian Trade Commission teamed up with Westfield Shopping Centre for an amazing competition linked with Italian brands with stores at the London Shopping centre. From today the 18th of July until the 27th of July visit the stores mentioned in the short video and pick up a passport from one of them. The fun starts after this. You visit at least three shops, it is not compulsory to buy but if you do there are special offers in store. Then when you 've got at least three stamps post the passport in the special box at Ca'puccino (and given that you are there enjoy delicious food and a Spritz). www.ca-puccino.com
It is imperative to answer the question as well as having the stamps. For example at Kiko, where the cosmetics are very good and very affordable, it will be hard not to buy at least one thing, their range of nail varnish is endless. www.kikocosmetics.co.uk If you go to Geox there will be a 50% discount and a glass of prosecco if you buy anything from the store, their shoes are gorgeous. www.geox.co.uk Brands like Calzedonia www.calzedonia.it/en  and Intimissimi, which are already very popular in UK are participating as well. www.intimissimi.com  Pop in in order to have your passport stamped and indulge in some shopping, because what it's in store really is tempting.
Look for this, it is the passport you will need to participate in the competition. Prizes are fantastic and all made in Italy.  A gorgeous Fly scooter by Piaggio, a flight to Milan plus a double room at the Melia Hotel in Milan for 2 people, a beautiful Pilot jacket by Pal Zileri, a jacket that doesn't crease. As well a dinner or lunch for 4 people at Ca'puccino in Westfield or King's Road and the final prize is the V&A book  " The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014" about the V&A exhibition. So go to Westfield, spend an afternoon browsing, shopping, enjoying a drink and you might be lucky and be a winner as well. www.uk.westfield.com/london

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