Paris Packaging Week: our top picks

The Paris Packaging Week on January 17 and 18 welcomed 650 exhibitors specializing in the field of luxury, beverages, and mass consumption. We spotted a few for you…


From January 17 to 18, the Paris Packaging Week showcased the future of packaging to over 10,000 participants at the Parc des Expositions de la Porte de Versailles. There were 650 exhibitors, including 255 French ones, spread across four sectors: aerosols, cosmetics, spirits, and luxury products. Prestigious brands such as Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, and Berluti were in attendance. The exhibition spaces dedicated to luxury and beverages were full.

“The Innovation Awards ceremony is a must-attend event. We had a record turnout this year, the room was full. The conferences were also a great success with a record attendance and very positive feedback, especially for those dealing with the PPWR law (European Green Pact), eco-design, and artificial intelligence,” describes Christelle Anya, director of content and community for Paris Packaging Week.


Our magazine also shares its favorites.


g.pivaudran: Collaboration with Chanel


For 70 years, g.pivaudran has been a brand specializing in packaging for the beauty and spirits sector containing aluminum. The Show was an opportunity to present its new product in partnership with Chanel, the first mascara made of recycled aluminum (10 to 20% depending on the models). The challenge was to use recycled material while maintaining quality and a high-end appearance in line with the requirements of a House like Chanel, which brought its expertise to support g.pivaudran. Both companies are committed to sustainability by innovating with these three new mascaras, “Le Volume”, “Le Volume Revolution”, and “Le Volume Stretch”.



Dahlinger, German Craftsmanship


Dahlinger has attracted attention with aesthetic and innovative products. The German company, founded in 1871 and run by the fifth generation of the same family, has developed internationally with 75% of exports and more than 6,000 clients in total. With their Design Studio and Dahlinger Solutions, they create innovative solutions in the packaging field, whether for cosmetics, pens, spirits, or watches. One of their most remarkable creations is the Talisker whisky “43 years Xpedition Oak” bottle, with its 1830 units offered for sale, now worth no less than 4,000 euros. The distillery is on the Isle of Skye in Iceland, which is why Dahlinger rose to the challenge of giving this relief to the box, with the sea standing out on the upper part, all in milled solid wood.



Limited Edition Glassware with Sklárny Moravia


Coming straight from Úsobrno, a small Czech village, Sklárny Moravia was unmissable with its exhibition stand straight out of a comic book and its rows of lined-up bottles. These are recyclable and designed from only 10,000 units. For almost 200 years, the company has been producing handcrafted, with its 200 employees, “Glass that works” (functional glass). They offer numerous formats and unlimited customization.


Sklárny Moravia stand at Paris Packaging Week ©LuxusPlus

Silgan and Emotion-Infused Sprayers


Silgan specializes in sprayers, offering solutions for mass consumption but also for luxury. Focused on innovation, the French company develops “Refill” systems with pumps that automatically stop when the desired filling level of the bottle is reached thanks to a screw system. They seek to facilitate the reuse of bottles, noting that they became unusable once the product was consumed. In collaboration with creators, they also created spraying systems giving different “emotions” depending on the character desired by the perfume House. By playing with parameters such as the opening, the pressure of the nozzle, it is possible to have a dry, diffuse, fine, or generous spray, a plus for the perfume consumer experience.


Your media, Luxus Plus, was present to organize and host the Round Table on “Customer Engagement in Luxury Retail in the Age of Sustainability”, with the replay available soon.



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