CLEAN Reserve Fragrances
The philosophy behind the fragrance brand CLEAN is simple: a conscious commitment to produce high-quality scents using pure and sustainable ingredients. For their latest products, CLEAN RESERVE, Global Marketing Director Greta Fitz worked closely with in-house graphic designer, David Held to work on a packaging that took inspiration from the Scandinavian design and the “Hygge”, a design sensibility that brings nature into the homes and celebrates the simple pleasures of life.
The Woods Eu de Parfum
This delightfully handcrafted perfume is just perfect for fall. The Woods is a new perfume that gives a clear idea of what it will smell like before you even open the bottle. As their first perfume, Brooklyn Soap Company decided to create the packaging themselves for this special new product.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This design for Essence, a cosmetics and perfume company in the United Kingdom, recognizes the beauty in everyone’s differences. Its colorful branding and packaging seems inspired by tie dye but with a sophisticated and dreamy twist.
Our sense of smell is strong in helping us recall memories based on certain scents. A whiff of a particular fragrance we experienced in our past can quickly call on memories from that time and allow us to relive those moments.
Chaneldrip by Pepe Heykoop | Dezeen
Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop has created a series of customized Chanel No. 5 perfume bottles by pouring foam over them. Called Chaneldrip, the project was created for an exhibition earlier this year called 5.5 Icon meets Icons, curated by Al Sabah Art & Design. See our previous stories about Pepe Heykoop's Soft Oak chair and
Boutique agency We Are Branch's latest project is Olivine Atelier. A beautiful perfume package that highlights gold and feather accents throughout. Each bottle design showcases a classic textured perfume pump that sits elegantly within the box. The concept behind each perfume is a story that resinates with a the name and gives each bottle a personal touch.