I first saw this packaging for Lollia products at an Anthropologie store. They were the kind of thing I'd buy just for the packaging. I came across the products again the other day at an Anthropologie-ish store and decided to post them.
Margot Elena is the designer, and she's an old hand at personal care product design. From the website, Lollialife.com:
is created by designer Margot Elena, an innovator of luxurious formulas
and signature packaging for over a decade. Margot is well known for her
first company, Archive, a well established luxury bath brand. She has
designed products for some of the nation's top retailers including
Restoration Hardware, Disney and Red Envelope.
Drawing upon the
success of Archive, Margot envisioned a new lifestyle company with a
broad range of beautiful designs, offering a complete world of diverse
and delightful products. Inspired by soft, sophisticated textiles and
the warmth of lovely homes the Lollia look comes to life.
ever expanding range will offer finely made lifestyle items for life
and home and will bring distinctive design and attention to even the
smallest, charming details. Lollia feels sweetly familiar and
delightfully luxurious. Traditional motifs are re-introduced into the
signature designs and color pallets of the Lollia world.
I love the paint tubes for shampoo, conditioner and lotions.