Follow us twitter facebook
Edition: Global
Click here to subscribe toour free weekly newsletter click here
Industry buzz

Lalique selects Albéa one-stop shopping capability for Satine fragrance

For the introduction of its Satine line (EDP, sampler, perfumed body lotion and shower gel), Lalique selected Albéa and its breadth of packaging solutions.

Lalique selected the Albea’s Panache spray technology platform for the 30-, 50-, and 100ml retail perfume. “Lalique appreciated the Panache performance, which delivers a sensation of walking through a gentle, deep and long-lasting cloud of fragrance,” said Carole Grassi, Albéa’s Cosmetics Category Manager.

To support the promotional launch of the fragrance, Lalique selected the Sof’n’Touch sampler for the mini-version of the Satine fragrance. Lalique selected a glass, silk-screened version. The product is decorated with a handcrafted elastic string around the collar, designed to capture the ballet slipper motif.

Eventually, for the two flankers - a perfumed body lotion and a perfumed shower gel - Lalique opted for 50mm cylindrical tubes, also supplied by Albea, which developed two pearly-pink COEX tubes with hot stamping decoration and a sleeved flip-top.

info portfolio

© 2013 - Premium Beauty News - www.premiumbeautynews.com
latest news
Focus

MakeUp in Paris: The countdown has started before the 2020 edition

The next edition of the BtoB trade show dedicated to the make-up and skincare value chain will be held on June 18th and 19th at the Carrousel du Louvre. Once again, MakeUp in Paris will gather key suppliers of packaging, formulation and full-service solutions for the make-up and skincare markets. The event will feature: latest (...)

read more
job opportunities
Experts’ views
On center stage, the floral bouquet is making its come back

Émilie Coppermann
On center stage, the floral bouquet is making its come back

Just like fashion that is eternally being reinvented, perfumery also works in cycles. And the floral accord is no exception. The very essence of femininity, today floral fragrances are less invasive than in the 1980s, as was the case with Poison by Christian Dior. At the end of the 1990s, floral accords were replaced by clean musky (...)

read more

Features

We use cookies to give you a better browsing experience. By continuing your visit to this site, you accept the use of cookies. Read more and set cookies
close