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Win a bottle of John Richmond X Man fragrance worth RM230!


Milan based fashion label John Richmond launches a new fragrance duo for men and women this month. Aptly named Richmond X Woman and Richmond X Man, the fragrance for men is a modern and aromatic. It opens with lemon, bergamot, black pepper and violet leaf. The heart of lavender, lavendin, pineapple and cashmere is laid on the base of patchouli, tonka bean, cedar and cypriol.

The campaign for the pair of fragrances is fronted by Italian celebrities Belén Rodríguez and Stefano De Martino and will be available to the public this month.

Prizes: We’re giving out 9 bottles of John Richmond X Man EDT 75ml worth RM230  each.


1. John Richmond is a fashion label based in which country?

2. Which golf tounament does our MH Woman, Jean Claude compete in this month?

Closing date: 31 October, 2014

E-mail your answers, name, I.C number and mobile number to

*Only complete entries will be entertained.


1. This contest is organised by Men’s Health Malaysia (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Organiser’).

2. The prizes for this contest are neither exchangeable for cash nor transferable.

3. All persons (‘Contestants’) taking part in this contest agree that these rules shall be binding on them, and that the entries in this contest, including their name and likeness, may be used without restriction in any future publicity material by the Organiser.

4. The Organiser reserves the right to amend these rules or terminate the contest at any time at its sole and absolute discretion. All decisions made by the Organiser under these rules shall be final and no discussion or correspondence will be entertained. The Organiser may, but is not required to, justify any decisions relating to this contest.

5. The Contestant acknowledges that the interest and good reputation of the Organiser is of paramount importance. The Organiser reserves the right to disqualify a Contestant from the contest, or to withdraw the prize if it believes the Contestant is in breach of its obligations under the rules. The Contestant shall not by act or omission, directly or indirectly bring the Organiser into disrepute.