Released to celebrate the brand's 10th birthday, Cambridge Satchel Company's Emily Tote is, appropriately, named after founder Julie Deane's daughter, who inspired her to set up the company.
Wanting to move Emily away from bullies to a new school, Julie famously started the satchel brand on her Cambridge kitchen table; within five years, it had attained cult status, with the bags regularly seen on the arms of A-listers (Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift are both fans).
To mark the brand's first decade, we've got this small Emily in French Grey Celtic Grain - worth £175 - to give away. Made in Britain form 100% leather, it's a handbag but with benefits: there's a bonus cross-body strap for those no-free-hands emergencies.
For your chance to win, simply email you name, address and daytime number to email@example.com, titling your message 'Cambridge Satchel Competition'. Entries should arrive no later than August 23 and the usual Ts and Cs apply; if you're happy to be contacted by Iliffe Media and its partners, add 'Please Contact'.
Cambridge Satchel Company is at St Mary's Passage, Cambridge, and cambridgesatchel.com
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