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Which perfumers took home a François Coty Award?

Which perfumers took home a François Coty Award?

The 15th edition of the prix François Coty took place in Paris on Monday night. Perfumers Anne Flipo, Philippe Paparella-Paris and Delphine Jelk were honored at the awards, which next year will be held in Grasse. At Paris’ Hotel Lutetia on[…]

12/01/2022 |
ID Genève first luxury watchmaker to roll out seaweed packaging

ID Genève first luxury watchmaker to roll out seaweed packaging

Aiming to combine luxury and sustainability, Swiss watchmaker ID Genève is to roll out a watch box made of seaweed. Produced using Notpla Rigid, it is said to be home compostable. After its plastic-free, plant-based watch straps made from[…]

11/26/2022 | DesignLifestyle
Imprimerie du Marais explores the art of fine printing

Imprimerie du Marais explores the art of fine printing

For over 50 years, the Imprimerie du Marais has elevated the art of foil printing and embossing to craft exquisite printed materials for some of the luxury market's biggest brands. Four years ago, the print house launched a new atelier dedicated[…]

11/24/2022 |
Berlin Packaging Bruni Glass Design Award winners

Berlin Packaging Bruni Glass Design Award winners

The 16th edition of the Berlin Packaging Bruni Glass Design Award took place in Milan on 15th November. Students from the US, Italy, France, Germany and Argentina created luxury packaging designs across one of four categories: Spirits, Wine, Oil[…]

11/23/2022 | Product nominees
Waste wool gets new life with Woola

Waste wool gets new life with Woola

In a bid to make e-commerce less reliant on plastic packaging, Woola’s portfolio offers three protective solutions made of waste wool. Positioned as a compostable alternative to bubble wrap for e-commerce packaging in the cosmetics, jewelry,[…]

11/22/2022 | MaterialsDesign
Auressens: metal effects minus the metal

Auressens: metal effects minus the metal

Promising the look of metal without calling for metallic pigments, Auressens’ patented decoration technology offers new options for luxury packaging. French deeptech start-up Auressens’ decoration technology is designed to create a lustrous[…]

11/21/2022 | Design
Nylo: fishing nets take on a second life

Nylo: fishing nets take on a second life

With French company Fil & fab, used fishing lines are transformed into functional high added-value products. French company Fil & fab’s Nylo is made of recycled fishing nets and lines sourced from ports and harbors in Brittany. The material,[…]

11/21/2022 | Design
Guerlain’s L'Abeille Noire Édition Prestige bottle takes shape in Baccarat black crystal

Guerlain’s L'Abeille Noire Édition Prestige bottle takes shape in Baccarat black crystal

Sculpted by Baccarat in black crystal, the bee-shaped fragrance flacon designed by Lorenz Bäumer for Guerlain in 2010 has been reborn. The handmade flacon’s deep black body juxtaposes with the transparent, facetted wings. In 2010, Parisian[…]

11/18/2022 | Fragrance & cosmetics
Webinar Replay: A journey into the future of color with Peclers Paris

Webinar

Webinar Replay: A journey into the future of color with Peclers Paris

What's in store for color in luxury packaging in the months and years to come? For our second webinar in collaboration with Peclers Paris, the French trend forecaster revealed upcoming trends in the premium packaging landscape. Turbulence,[…]

11/17/2022 | TrendsDesign
A Champagne jewel: Karl Mazlo adorns limited-edition Moët Impérial Jeroboam

A Champagne jewel: Karl Mazlo adorns limited-edition Moët Impérial Jeroboam

Brass was the material of choice for Karl Mazlo when creating a Moët & Chandon Jeroboam adornment. The limited-edition bottles mark the first time the French jeweler – known for his surface effects – has worked with the metal alloy on such a[…]