The following case study gives an in-depth look at how VisiPak packaging from Sinclair & Rush has been employed by alternative fashion brand Ed Hardy to promote their latest fragrance launch.
The Ed Hardy Brand produced two new fragrances in 2015, one for men and one for women, each with an incredibly unique visual characteristic, whereby the contents of the bottles both displayed two different coloured immiscible liquids, with the intention for them not to be mixed. This was designed as a fundamental selling point to help their product stand out from their competitors.
The 'Love Is' brand in its distinctive bottle (left); packaged inside a VisiPak Tube (centre) to clearly display the bottle design that the brand is now synonymous with. This is mirrored in the men’s fragrance packaging design (right).
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