Two ELLE Decorations readers are about to get very lucky! You can win a Lipault luggage and handbag set to the value of R10 080 each by simply just purchasing a copy of our brand new Africa Issue…

From handbags to travel bags, briefcases to suitcases, Parisian chic Lipault creations are creative, with trendy colours and supple, soft, hardwearing materials in subdued nylon or striking vinyl. Lipault knows that an elegant suitcase is no longer just somewhere to put your clothes, but a fashion accessory just like a pair of shoes. Two readers will win two suitcases and two handbags from Lipault, a brand that emulates voguish throwbacks to the 60s of Swinging London, Courrèges, pop art and Mary Quant.


HOW TO ENTER

Buy a copy of the Africa Issue of ELLE Decoration, on shelf now, or download it here. Turn to page 149 for instructions and how to SMS your answer to our competition question.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The SMS line will close on 23 September 2016. Prize includes daily meals but excludes all beverages, additional game activities, conservation fees, telephone and laundry costs incurred during the stay, as well as transfers to and from the Tau Game Lodge. The winner will be selected randomly and notified telephonically and via email. The decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize may not be transferred or exchanged for cash. Employees of Isiko Media (Pty) Ltd, the promoters and their families are not eligible to enter. The SMS service is operated by MobiMedia on behalf of Isiko Media. Free SMSs and minutes do not apply. Errors will be billed.

Love a Good Win?

Take a look at our Win page for the latest competitions and buy our #AfricaIssue to qualify to enter


The Africa Issue is a celebration of the future of design in Africa and its potential to drive change. We explore the concept of ‘Africaness’, what this means for our aesthetic. We also  dream big with bedroom inspiration and take you on a tour of homes that truly embrace the spirit of the continent. Pick up your copy today and tell us what you think on Twitter @Elle_Deco using #AfricaIssue.