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Luxury chocolate packaging gets creative for Easter

Luxury chocolate packaging gets creative for Easter

Luxe Packaging Insight spotlights a selection of Easter egg packaging to hit the market this year, where creativity and sustainability are key. Handmade chocolate purveyor Ole Chokolade collaborated with fellow Danish company Dreyer Kliche on an[…]

04/04/2022 | Fine foods
Scent of Africa seeks to put African fragrance on the map

Scent of Africa seeks to put African fragrance on the map

Ghana-based luxury fragrance brand Scent of Africa has undergone a revamp, with a new visual identity, fragrances and packaging. The brand unveiled its first fragrance duo in a six-strong collection earlier this month. Scent of Africa (Ghandour[…]

04/01/2022 |
Danish artist Jeppe Hein reinterprets Ruinart Jeroboam

Danish artist Jeppe Hein reinterprets Ruinart Jeroboam

Jeppe Hein took up the challenge of Ruinart’s Carte Blanche program this year. The Danish artist notably transformed a Rosé Jeroboam, bringing his artistic flair to both the champagne bottle and coffret. For the 2022 edition of its Carte Blanche[…]

04/01/2022 |
Honeybees in the limelight for KEEPR’s spirits range

Honeybees in the limelight for KEEPR’s spirits range

English artisan spirits brand KEEPR’s has unveiled contemporary, bee-inspired packaging for its honey-infused spirits range. Launched in March, the new branding aims to appeal to environmentally conscious consumers who are ready to support[…]

03/25/2022 |
Beauty for the ages: How FORMA brands designs for Gen Z and Millennials

Beauty for the ages: How FORMA brands designs for Gen Z and Millennials

San Francisco-based portfolio company FORMA brands is dedicated to buying, building, and boosting cosmetics and personal care brands for consumers under 40. FORMA’s Senior Director of Packaging Design, Lauren Golik, spoke with Luxe Packaging[…]

Bringing fragrance back: Four French companies reviving heritage brands

Bringing fragrance back: Four French companies reviving heritage brands

A slew of recent launches has seen a trend for the revival of fragrances that had their heyday during perfumery’s golden age. We take a closer look at these brands and how their packaging is reinterpreting classic design codes. Bienaimé 1935[…]

Inside Dries Van Noten's refillable fragrances & lipsticks

Inside Dries Van Noten's refillable fragrances & lipsticks

Dries Van Noten’s first beauty collection embodies the Belgian fashion designer’s penchant for unlikely combinations. Created with majority shareholder Puig, the refillable fragrance packaging juxtaposes glass with wood, ceramic, plastic or[…]

03/14/2022 | Fragrance & cosmetics
Argentum Apothecary upgrades secondary packs

Argentum Apothecary upgrades secondary packs

In anticipation of its forthcoming fragrance launch, UK-based Argentum Apothecary has unveiled new secondary packaging across its brand portfolio. Luxury skincare brand Argentum Apothecary has revealed plans to launch its first fragrance[…]

03/14/2022 |
Château de Sérame: the jewel in Les Vignobles d’Exéa’s crown

Château de Sérame: the jewel in Les Vignobles d’Exéa’s crown

With a new generation at its helm, French family-owned winery Les Vignobles d’Exéa has unveiled new products and packaging. Its Château de Sérame wine is the star of the range. Les Vignobles d’Exéa in France’s Languedoc-Roussillon region has[…]

03/08/2022 |
Daniel Libeskind takes on redesign of Richard Hennessy cognac carafe

Daniel Libeskind takes on redesign of Richard Hennessy cognac carafe

In what marks his first collaboration with Hennessy (LVMH), Polish-American architect and designer Daniel Libeskind dreamed up a striking decanter in Baccarat crystal. Maison Hennessy has revealed the new bottle design for Richard Hennessy, the[…]

03/03/2022 |