On October 8, the Fragrance Foundation presented its awards to French perfumers. Among them, Ganymède by couturier Marc-Antoine Barrois and Parfums Bastille, both developed with Coverpla.
Each year, the Fragrance Foundation entrusts a jury of professionals with a selection of fragrances chosen according to various criteria: design, launch, innovation, commitment... The Awards presented during a virtual ceremony pay tribute to the entire fragrance industry, from juice to packaging.
100 % Coverpla packaging
In the "independent niche brands" category, Ganymède fragrance is the fruit of a partnership between fashion designer Marc-Antoine Barrois and perfumer Quentin Bisch. Coverpla was responsible for its development from A to Z. As for the fragrance, we quote "an intoxicatingly sober scent in the image of the couturier's dreamlike universe".
In terms of packaging, the brand chose a bottle, cap and pump cover from the Coverpla collection, combined with an invisible pump from Silgan. Assembly and decoration are carried out in the Coverpla workshops in Nice.
Coverpla supports responsible innovation
Hors-piste, Un deux, trois, soleil, Demain promis, Pleine lune, Bataille - these are the signature fragrances that Bastille Paris defines as "natural perfumes for a free spirit". They were awarded the prize for "responsible innovation for a perfume". In line with the ISO 9235 standard, 95% of these juices are made from natural ingredients, a real challenge for perfumers!
The 100 % packaging, made in France, features a recycled cardboard case, and the bottle includes only the plastic required for the pump and cap insert. For its part, Coverpla supplied the Laura bottle from its collection, in a 50ml format. The brand chose it for its thin glass base, which avoids excess material. The catalog includes over 150 references, all designed by Coverpla and produced by partner glassmakers. The Passion cap, also from the catalog, is a further addition to the range.