Competition: win a Six-Colour Shopping Bag by Susan Bijl for Hay - architecture and design

Competition: win a Six-Colour Shopping Bag by Susan Bijl for Hay

In our latest competition, we've teamed up with designer Susan Bijl to give away four bags from her collaboration with Danish brand Hay.
The Six-Colour Bag is an over-the-shoulder carrier created by Bijl that comes in a variety of vibrant colourways and is made from durable nylon.
Originally produced in a two-tone design, Bijl worked with frequent collaborator ? designer Bertjan Pot ? on a series of six-colour versions released in 2017.
We're giving readers the chance to win one of four new colourways of the multi-coloured shopper produced for the partnership with Hay, including the punchy Volvo palette of yellows, green and pale blue panels.
There are four versions of the bag, including Volvo, each with six colours
Designed to "replace all other bags", the Six-Colour Bag can carry more than 20 kilograms in weight. It is made from reinforced Ripstop nylon ? a lightweight and durable fabric commonly used to make kites. The material is bluesign-certified, meaning harmful substances are removed from the manufacturing process.
Horse has contrasting black, navy, red, brown, yellow and purple panels
Built to last, a hydrophobic, water-based coating protects the outside of the Ripstop nylon, that is less damaging to the environment than a conventional polyurethane coating.
Bijl's initial idea for a reusable shopping bag came from a desire to reduce the wasteful production of single-use plastic bags.
The colour palettes, including this Grey bag, are curated by designer Be...

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