LUXE PACK in green

Today, brands and their consumers are more than ever demanding sustainable packaging solutions.

This is why LUXE PACK Monaco has offered once again this year’s LUXE PACK in green Awards, which highlight eco-designed solutions and exhibitors’ responsible approaches.

Discover the jury winners and public prize for the LUXE PACK in green 2020..

The category 2 of LUXE PACK in green Awards highlights the best eco-designed solutions. Amongst all applications, the jury and My LUXE PACK visitors have elected their favorite innovations.

Pusterla 1880 & James Cropper are the big Winners: The Jury selected Ruinart’s Second Skin as the best eco-friendly designed product. And from November 30th to December 2nd, My LUXE PACK visitors chose the same packaging innovation for the brand new “People’s Choice Award”! Eco-designed, this envelope exactly matches the emblematic shape of the Maison Ruinart’s bottles while preserving the integrity of the taste until tasting.

Paptic took home the Special Jury Prize: the sustainable packaging solution proved extremely interesting to jury members. Paptic Luxury Polybag is the most recent application launch, it is a high-end polybag designed for luxury brands and an interesting alternative to single-use plastics.

 

The category 2 honors the best responsible internal initiatives developed by the LUXE PACK exhibitors. Whether promoting social sustainability, minimizing environmental footprint, or integrating a responsible business substructure… the jury elected as the best exhibitor’s approach.

Lessonia, for its CSR Dynamics, being actor of: the local societal link, the development of their collaborators, the environmental protection, a responsible production.

The 2020 LUXE PACK in green jury:

Patricia BEAUSOLEIL

Head of Home, Environments & Design,

PECLERS

Renowned for the successful creation and development of Trend forecasting agency “Univers Mode,” Patricia Beausoleil has international experience not only in Home and Environments but also in Fashion and Colors. Patricia is also Vice President of the “Comité Français de la Couleur” (French Color Committee) and contributes to the seasonal Première Vision Color discussions. This wide-ranging expertise provides undeniable added value for Peclers Paris’ clients in developing their global creative vision. Today, Patricia Beausoleil is part of Peclers Paris’ Board of Direction. Together with her team, her mission is to develop the Environments & Design trend book and to advise clients in the Home, Consumer Goods, Environments and Lifestyle market segments.

Nicolas MATHIEU

Eco-Design Packaging Innovation Manager

CHANEL Parfums Beauté

Nicolas is Eco-Design Packaging Innovation Manager at Chanel Parfums Beauté. Its mission is to source innovative, eco-designed, creative and daring packaging solutions according to the key values of the Chanel brand. Prior to assuming this position, Nicolas acquired 16 years of experience in the cosmetic packaging industry, both as a packaging supplier and as a cosmetic brand. He joined Chanel in 2007 as a packaging engineer, then head of the Packaging Care development team, before joining the Packaging Innovation of Chanel Parfums Beauté.

Sandrine NOEL

Sustainability Manager

LOUIS VUITTON

Sandrine SOMMER

Chief Sustainability Officer

MOET HENNESSY

Sandrine SOMMER Moet Hennessy Chief Sustainability Officer Since April 2020, Sandrine Sommer has joined Moet Hennessy as Chief Sustainability Officer. She is in charge of managing the sustainability strategy for the 25 Maisons of Wine & Spirits and implement CSR initiatives in all markets. She is supported by experts working in the different Maisons for a long time to manage the multiple dimensions of Sustainable Development. With this team she coordinates 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, Sandrine has been working for 13 years as Chief Sustainability Officer at Guerlain where she has created and implemented a game changing Corporate Social & Environmental strategy. Sandrine is 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, Sandrine has participated to numerous forums and events on sustainability, and has teached Luxury Management and Marketing to specialized MBAs. For more than 8 years, she has been a member of the Jury of the Luxury Price Pack In Green. Sandrine holds an engineer degree in Packaging and started her career in the Packaging Development department at Mars, before joining LVMH Group in 1999. Within this group, Sandrine held several positions of Head of Packaging at Moët & Chandon, Make Up For Ever and Guerlain, that she joined in 2005. In 2007, she created and became Head of the Sustainable Development department at Guerlain and in 2020 she became Chief Sustainability Officer at Moet Hennessy.

Olivier WENDEN

Vice President and CEO

FONDATION PRINCE ALBERT II DE MONACO

Olivier Wenden is the Executive Director of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, created in 2006 by HSH the Prince of Monaco, in order to act against the environmental dangers threatening our planet and making populations vulnerable. The Foundation focuses its efforts on three principal domains of action - climate change and renewable energies, biodiversity and water resources - and funds initiatives in the fields of research and studies, technological innovation and socially aware practices. Its programs are mainly focused on three priority areas - the Mediterranean Basin, the Polar Regions and the Least Developed Countries. Before joining the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Olivier Wenden worked for the Parliament of Monaco as chief of staff and international affairs and communication advisor (2007-2013). He also served as chargé de mission for the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Monaco (2013-2014). He graduated from Sciences Po Bordeaux and has a Master 2 Degree in international projects management (University of Paris).

 

For the first time in 2020, visitors had the opportunity to cast their vote for their favorite submission amongst the nominees for the LUXE PACK in green People’s Choice Award.

Discover the 2020 applicants

The circular economy is at the heart of today’s sustainable development issues. This is why a panel of brand representatives was brought together to share their views and experiences in an exclusive webinar.

Learn from this unique panel discussion on demand

 

Dedicated conferences

Several round tables will bring together personalities and players committed to this essential theme of eco-responsibility.

LUXE PACK in Green Awards

Every year, the LUXE PACK in green Awards recognize the best sustainable packaging innovations in the world and best responsible initiative of exhibitors.

Some specific solutions

Packaging manufacturers are constantly innovating to offer solutions with reduced environmental impact. LUXE PACK MONACO highlights these innovations on the LUXE PACK launch pad.

A responsible tradeshow

LUXE PACK : Even greener
Organizing trade fairs is an ephemeral activity by definition and greedy in natural resources. All LUXE PACK teams are mobilizing around the world to strive for an ever more eco-responsible activity while maintaining the quality of its events.