Claire Newell Contest: Enter To Win A $300 Gift Card To Helene Clarkson

Claire Newell Contest: Enter To Win A $300 Gift Card To Helene Clarkson

*Originally posted on Claire Newell

Enter to win a $300 Gift Card and select the outfit of your choice from Canadian Women’s Fashion Designer, Helene Clarkson.

Contest ends January 10, 2019.

Whether traveling across town or the ocean, Helene Clarkson clothing is designed to give the female urban traveler a fashionable and functional stylish wardrobe that fits perfectly in a carry-on case and yet emerges wrinkle-free when unpacked! This easy-care, easy-wear line is also machine washable and quick drying.

Versatility is key when traveling with carry-on luggage and Helene Clarkson clothing offers endless style options. Many pieces in the collection can be flipped inside out or turned from front to back and mixed and matched for multiple looks taking travelers from the boardroom to dinner or from formal to casual in the blink of an eye. Practical yes, boring no!

Visit the Helene Clarkson Pop-up Shop inside Vancouver’s Royal Centre, Unit 170, until February 28, 2019. Open Monday to Friday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm and Saturday 10 am – 4pm. Visit

Helene Clarkson Design

  • Versatile, reversible and stylish clothing for the female urban traveler, beautifully crafted in Canada, designed for the carry-on, and made for life.
  • Choose from a selection of tops, skirts, dresses, pants and jackets.
  • Maximum versatility with every item.
  • Items can go from day-to-night or work-to-play.
  • Flattering and functional quality clothing.
  • Wrinkle resistant – no need to pack a personal steamer or use an iron.

 Terms & Conditions

To enter fill out the contest form below and follow Helene Clarkson on Facebook. One entry per person. Gift Card valid on Helene Clarkson clothing only, accessories and luggage are not applicable. Gift Card is non-transferrable. Please read contest Rules & Regulations HERE.

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