This is your chance to win a cashmere sweater from luxury British menswear brand Kaushal Niraula. This sweater is alluringly knitted by the mountain artisans of Nepal and would be a luxurious addition to any wardrobe. The competition closes at midnight on 21st March 2014.
The unique approach to Niraula’s hand tailored range is inspired by his multi-cultural background, having travelled between Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Nepal, UAE and the Great Britain from an early age. The colours and the vibrancy taken from these regions and cultures can been seen with the use of velvets, cashmere and silks taking inspiration from Asia/Middle East; alongside the cut and tailoring which are inspired by an English gentleman.
See more of the luxury Kaushal Niraula collection here. You can also connect with Kaushal Niraula on Facebook and Twitter.
Competition Terms & Conditions:
The competition winner will win one sweater from Kaushal Niraula.
The prize will be delivered to the winner.
The total number of winners will be one person.
The prize cannot be exchanged, refunded or transferred.
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The winner will be chosen within two weeks of the closing date.
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