Kelsey Fairhurst has recently launched a line of ultra-hip headpieces that come in equally striking packaging. Each headpiece is rolled up into a see-through tube, making the opening ceremony a fun and memorable experience.
ZATT is an online luxury fashion retailer that offers a curated shopping experience & personal styling. Parámetro Studio of created an identity system to reflect the brand's sleek aesthetic from their business cards to their seasonal lookbooks.
If you're into getting crafty with your hands, this is definitely for you. Phoenix The Creative Studio designed this fun modern packaging for The Bijou Factory, a company that specializes in creating self-made jewelry kits.
Eyes before guys, y'all. Snask developed a new, hip brand identity for an eyewear company in Norway, Kaibosh. Combined, the text, color palette, and copy give Kaboish a young and fun personality, instantly making the experience of going to get your eyes checked—which is pretty boring—way better. The approach also allows the frames to truly stand out in the store, helping consumers find stylish frames that suit them perfectly.
EAT MY SHORTS! is an independent brand of clothing for women and men that seeks to break the gender barrier. The packaging makes no reference to gender which embraces the growing trend of creating products and packaging that is gender neutral.
It’s the small details that make a man a gentleman, both in actions and appearance. Gent’s Club is proof of this. Designed by Tough Slate Design, this line of footwear accessories helps a man tie his look together and give him the feeling of being pampered with some of the most high quality items.
People are creatures of habit—once they’ve found something they like, they tend to want to stick with it. With this in mind, Anagrama has designed Undr, a line of daily basics that includes underwear garments and tees that men will want to put on every day.
Shower caps aren't just for your granny anymore. While we normally think of them as crinkly, flimsy, and utterly unattractive, Jacquelyn De Jesu has designed a shower cap that is the complete opposite.