Win a luxury corset, waist cincher and perfume by Cadolle
Saturday 20 September 2008
Poupie Cadolle creates luxurious corsets, bras, thongs, waist cinchers and lingerie sets to realise your untellable fantasies.
The most famous women come from across the world to the Cadolle couture house in Paris to have the ultimate piece of lingerie made especially for them. Enter the Cadolle temple and discover a secret world of femininity.
We have two prizes to give away to two lucky readers:
* A lingerie set including a luxury Cadolle corset and waist cincher (worth £800 each)
* The precious Cadolle “Le N°9” perfume
IN WHICH EUROPEAN CITY IS CADOLLE COUTURE HOUSE LOCATED?
To enter, simply answer the question online and input the code ‘corset’, at www.independent promotions.co.uk/competitions
Terms & Conditions:
Entries must be received by midnight 27 September. Winners will be notified by 1 October.
The editor’s decision is final. Only one entry per household. A full set of standard
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