What – the glam world of marketing?

Hey there. Like the Diary’s threads? And yes, those are new highlights – Nicky Clarke, you know.

Sorry. The Diary is in training for its latest competition. And this time it’s a cracker. This time the Diary has teamed up with The Daily Telegraph to bring you a real prize – a lady’s or gentleman’s Gucci classic wristwatch (which lady or gentleman? You, if you’re lucky).

To mark the publication of the Telegraph’s Luxe supplement on Saturday November 16, the search is on, readers. The Diary and The Daily Telegraph aim to find the most glamorous figure in marketing. And it could be you.

To enter, you can nominate yourself or someone else Рa client, an account manager, a colleague Рand you must provide a pr̩cis (no more than 200 words) of why you (or they) should win.

Your pithy prose should contain an example of the nominee’s glamorous behaviour or appearance at work and one outside of work. Attached photos will be looked upon kindly by the judge, Telegraph fashion editor Hilary Alexander. HER DECISION IS FINAL, so if you lose don’t come running to the Diary.

E-mail your glam entries to nicki.shepherd@telegraph.co.uk. The deadline is October 30, so put on some slap and pass the Courvoisier, darlings.

(Terms, and conditions, apply…)

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