Coverpla creations are rewarded at the Fragrance Foundation Awards
The Fragrance Foundation France delivered the FIFI Awards to French perfumers. Among the winners were Ganymède by the couturier Marc-Antoine Barrois and Parfums Bastille, both with packaging developed by Coverpla.
In the “Independent Niche Brands” category, Ganymède is the fruit of the complicity between the couturier Marc-Antoine Barrois and the perfumer Quentin Bisch. When it comes to the packaging, the brand chose a bottle, cap and pump cover from the Coverpla collection associated with an invisible pump from Silgan. The assembly and décor were realized in Coverpla’s workshop in Nice.
Bastille Paris took home the “Responsible Innovation in Fragrance” award. In compliance with ISO 9235 norms, the juices are made from 95% natural ingredients. Made entirely in France, their packaging is made up of a recycled cardboard box and a bottle with only the amount of plastic required for the pump and the cap insert. For its part, Coverpla supplied the Laura bottle from its collection in a 50ml format. The brand selected this model for its thin base, avoiding excess material. The design features the Passion cap, also from Coverpla’s catalog.