Advisory Board

LUXE PACK Monaco is supported by the conference programme of the Advisory Board, composed of industry experts representing the entire international luxury packaging market!

Stéphanie BERRY

Packaging Purchasing Director


After graduating from CELSA and spending more than 5 years in Hong Kong, I joined Bourjois in 2007 as a Packaging and Subcontracting Purchaser.
In 2011, I joined the CHANEL Parfums Beauté Subcontracting Purchasing team to take over the responsibility of Packaging Purchasing in 2018.

- Passionate about purchasing


Development Packaging Prestige/Premium and Innovation Director



Chief Procurement Officer


Food Industry Engineer AGROSUP Dijon (1993) + MBA ESSEC Business School (1994)
1994 – 1998 - Business Development Manager - DATAR London
1998 – 2000 – Purchasing Manager-SI Lesaffre (Lesaffre Group)
2000 – 2001 – Purchasing & logistics Director - LD Com / LD Cable (Louis Dreyfus Group)
2001 – 2002 – Head of Purchasing Department - Champagne Pommery (LVMH Group)
2002 – 2008 – Purchasing Director - Champagne Moët & Chandon (LVMH Group)
2008- 2018 – Purchasing & New Product Development Director - Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët (Groupe Pernod Ricard)
Since 2018 - Chief Purchasing Officer - Rémy Cointreau Group


Packaging Purchasing Manager


Several years as a Project Buyer in the industry and POS revealed her taste for technique.
Learning about design and embellishment models led her to Packaging.
In charge of the development of Pierre Hermé Paris' packaging since 2018, she reconciles industrial methods, the rigor of Luxury and the creative aspect, in order to stick to the current issues and tell the story of the house.

Sandrine SOMMER

CSR & Sustainable Development Director


Since April 2020, I have joined Moet Hennessy as Chief Sustainability Officer. I am in charge of managing the sustainability strategy for the 25 Maisons of Wine & Spirits and implement CSR initiatives in all markets. I am supported by experts working in the different Maisons for a long time to manage the multiple dimensions of Sustainable Development. With this team I coordinate all the initiatives to regenerate soils in all terroirs, to mitigate climate change all over the value chain, to support communities and to empower teams.
Before that, I have been working for 13 years as Chief Sustainability Officer at Guerlain where I am created and implemented a game changing Corporate Social & Environmental strategy.
I am very proud to belong to a committed group, active in the development of social and environmental dimensions, without compromising quality and luxury
In France and internationally, I have participated to numerous forums and events on sustainability. For more than 8 years, I have been a member of the Jury of the Luxury Price Pack In Green.
I have an engineer degree in Packaging and started my career in the Packaging Development department at Mars, before joining LVMH Group in 1999. Within this group, I held several positions of Head of Packaging at Moët & Chandon, Make Up For Ever and Guerlain, that I joined in 2005. In 2007, I created and became Head of the Sustainable Development department at Guerlain and in 2020 I became Chief Sustainability Officer at Moet Hennessy.


Purchasing & Packaging Development Director


I am currently Purchasing and Packaging Development Director at INTERPARFUMS, a company I joined in 2007 as a packaging development project manager.
Founded by Philippe Benacin and Jean Madar in 1982, Interparfums creates, manufactures and distributes prestige perfumes and cosmetics on the basis of worldwide and exclusive licensing agreements for the brands Boucheron, Coach, Jimmy Choo, Karl Lagerfeld, Kate Spade, Moncler, Montblanc, Paul Smith, Repetto, S.T. Dupont and Van Cleef & Arpels. The company also owns Lanvin perfumes and Rochas.
I started my career in 2003 at Shiseido as a Project Manager for the Jean Paul Gaultier brand, after graduating from ESIEC (now ESIReims) with a degree in Packaging Engineering.

I am delighted to be part of the LUXEPACK Monaco show steering committee since 2016.


Ecodesign Manager


Hélène Villecroze will be speaking as Ecodesign Manager at Chanel Parfums Beauté, for whom she has worked for over 18 years. She began her career as head of eye makeup formulation and collections and then became head of complexion makeup formulation. For the past 5 years, she has been in charge of Ecodesign for the brand and has put in place strong guidelines to direct innovation without cutting back on the sustainable aspect of the products. Symbol of this commitment, the Chanel n°1 line embodies these values, from the formulation, the packaging and the art of gifting.