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Megan Park Giveaway and one day sale!


2nd December, 2010
Lucy Feagins
Thursday 2nd December 2010

Megan Park Home and Girl collections... discounted by 25% in store - today only!

You knowwww I was very excited (and a little starstruck!) recently to interview the very talented Megan Park, and share some beautiful pics of her brand new flagship store in Melbourne.  Megan is such an inspiring local success story, having originally studied at RMIT before launching her label in London in 1997.  Megan spent 8 years conquering the European market, before moving her life and her business back to Melbourne in 2004.

If you are an MP groupie like me you will be most excited to know that Megan Park Girls and the Megan Park Home Collection just got 25% more affordable - for one day only!  Pop into the very gorgeous Armadale store today, you will not only receive a storewide 25% discount, but ALSO anyone who shops today goes into the draw to WIN a $500 Megan Park Gift from the Winter Girls or Home Collection.  As if you needed any further encouragement!

But if there's one thing even more exciting than a generous discount, it would have to be a giveaway... luckily today we have both!  Megan Park is offering the following two items for one lucky design files reader (pictured below) -

Megan Park Girl – Multicoloured Bobble and Heart Necklace - RRP $69.00
Megan Park Home – Fez Threadwork Large Cushion in colour 'Steel' - RRP $$199.00

To enter, simply leave a comment on this post before midnight tonight, Melbourne time. A winner will be selected at random and contacted by email tomorrow!  If you subscribe to these posts by email please don't reply to your email - just pop over to to leave your comment!

Thanks so much to Megan Park and Esther at The Project Agency for her help hooking up this giveaway!

Megan Park
1039 High St

ph. (03) 9822 4092

Megan Park giveaway goodies!

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