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“Shaded metalized sheen” by Solev

A family business specializing in packaging decoration for perfumes, cosmetics and spirits, Solev has been producing technical decoration for the top names in luxury fragrances for 25 years. Among its customers are prestigious names such as Chanel, Christian Dior, Guerlain, Jean Paul Gaultier, YSL, Kenzo, Paco Rabanne and many others.

In the autumn of this year, Solev wants to demonstrate once more its creative abilities and create a buzz at the Luxe Pack tradeshow, which will be held in Monaco from October 20 to 22, 2010. The company headquartered in south-west France will present an exclusive “shaded sheen” metallization technique.

Whether used alone or in combination with Solev’s new lasers, this fresh interpretation of metallization now offers a new opportunity for lavish creativity, making it possible to vary lively effects with matching tones and subtly shaded off contours. The laser can then be used to create graphics on the metallic sheens,” says the company.


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