Win a toilet bag by Don’t Tell New York

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The Don't Tell New York Toilet Bag has been crafted using New Zealand leather.

The Don’t Tell New York Toilet Bag has been crafted using New Zealand leather.

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The bag features a waterproof lining, and an interior pocket.

The bag features a waterproof lining, and an interior pocket.

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The leather is matched with slim line zips and brass detailing.

The leather is matched with slim line zips and brass detailing.

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The Toilet Bag was designed to complement the larger Overnighter Bag.

The Toilet Bag was designed to complement the larger Overnighter Bag.

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Don’t Tell New York is a New Zealand-based premium contemporary leatherware brand for men. Designed to outlast trends and time, Don’t Tell New York is built for everyday purposes. Inspired by the concrete jungle, the range features sharp lines with minimal colours. Carefully chosen materials are sourced locally, and each piece is crafted and considered to the last detail.

The Toilet Bag has been handcrafted using New Zealand leather, and features a waterproof lining, interior pocket and brass detailing.

To be in the draw to win, simply email your contact details to urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with “Don’t tell New York” in the subject line.

Entries close 26 November 2015. See terms and conditions.

Competition closed. Winner - Oliver Kunzendorff.

 


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