Sensual and feminine, the iconic flacon of the Dior house is achieved thanks to Verescence’s SCULPT’in technology. Shaped to the very details, J’adore bottle is as feminine as its fragrance and imitates the delicate curves of the mythical amphora designed by Christian Dior.
Manufactured with Verre Infini® 40, the flacon of Bulgari Wood Essence is made of 40% post-consumer recycled glass (PCR). This eco-innovative glass allows to reduce the environmental impact of the bottle. From the 2018 volumes, this has made it possible to reduce the carbon footprint by 7% (- 174 tons of CO2, the equivalent of 51 round-the-world trips by car) and water consumption by 7%. The flacon was magnified by a translucent green lacquering and a gold hot stamping.
Dressed in red for the very first time since its creation almost a century ago, CHANEL N°5 LIMITED EDITION enhances the exclusive expertise of Verescence in producing red glass. Melted in a glass tank, red glass unveils its coloration after the annealing. Manufactured at Verescence’s glass manufacturing site in Mers-les-Bains (France), Red glass is exclusively made by Verescence for more than 30 years.
Masculine and simple, the design of the new perfume for men by Dior, Sauvage, perfectly respects the codes of the brand. Verescence has used its expertise to create a combination of heavy glass weight, bottle curvature, and perfectly shiny glass. The midnight blue colour, masculine and deep, was obtained through lacquering for a subtle mirror effect. The white letters of the name are silk-screened.
Estée Lauder’s new Advanced Night Repair Serum bottle falls within the glassification trend (from plastic to glass) and is 100% recyclable. The luxury glass bottle, with a sleek and modern silhouette, is decorated with a gradient amber-colored lacquering and gold hot stamping. This flacon is more elegant and modern than ever.
The Givenchy house chose Verescence’s COLOR’in technology to adorn the inside of its iconic L’Interdit bottle with a black laquer. Elegant and refined, the flacon reflects the sophisticated and couture personality of the fragrance.
A flacon as flamboyant as the juice it contains. Thanks to Verescence’s COLOR’in technology, the extra flint glass takes on an intense carmine red. The signature of the house, written with silk-screening, delicately adorns the Narciso Rouge bottle.
Guerlain’s Abeille Royale jars were reinvented with a contemporary design in harmony with the earth. More compact and lighter, they are manufactured with Verre Infini® 40, a Verescence eco-innovation. The jars contain 40% post-consumer recycled glass (PCR) and are designed using an innovative forming technic which enables us to manufacture lighter bottles of the same quality and robustness. The carbon footprint of the new Abeille Royale jars will be reduced by 44% in a year (approximately 565 tons less of CO2) and the water consumption will be 42% lower.
Nina Rose is presented in the iconic apple-shaped bottle from Nina Ricci. Here, the forbidden fruit takes on a shiny baby pink lacquer. Feminine and delicate, the bottle is the reflection of the fragrance it contains.
Lost Cherry, a private blend from Tom Ford, is contained in a square section bottle with geometric lines. The flacon is decorated with a deep cherry-red lacquer inserted into the glass using Verescence’s COLOR’in technology and adorned with a label.
Cubic, the Voce Viva bottle fits into the codes of the Italian couture house. The unique silhouette of the bottle, notched on the sides, beautifully embodies the “rockstud”, iconic symbol of Maison Valentino. This technical achievement, enabled by the know-how of Verescence, also combines flat shoulders and a homogeneous distribution of glass. This complex balance of design confers a modern and strong character to the flacon. The bottle was fire polished to emphasize its radiant shine while maintaining sharp edges.
With its minimalist design and refined lines, the Y bottle falls within a masculine universe. The rectangular bottle is fitted with a notch revealing the Y in the back of the bottle. The flat shoulders and the perfect distribution of the glass columns sublimate the elegance of the flacon. For the Eau de Parfum, the bottle takes on a gradient black lacquering, revealing a bluish juice. A metallic plate is glued on the engraving.