LUXE PACK in green
A pioneer in sustainable packaging, LUXE PACK has long understood that sustainability and environmental conservation are amongst consumers’ main concerns.
For the past 14 years, the LUXE PACK in green Awards have been highlighting and rewarding the best sustainable packaging innovations and responsible initiatives of our exhibitors.
In 2023, we are pursuing our efforts to make sustainable development an integral part of the show with the aim of becoming THE global barometer of eco-responsible packaging trends for luxury brands.
LUXE PACK in green 2023 nominees
Discover the LUXE PACK in green 2023 nominees, selected by our jury :
Category 1 : Eco-Conceived packaging solutions
Category 2 : CSR Initiative
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LUXE PACK in green Ceremony
Join us on Tuesday October 3rd at 4:45 pm in the Auditorium CAMILLE BLANC to hear the finalists’ pitches, selected from the 52 submissions reviewed by our experts this year. The winners of the two categories will be announced in the presence of the JURY MEMBERS.
The 2023 LUXE PACK IN GREEN JURY
Purchasing Director Hennessy & Primary Packaging Moët Hennessy
Stéphane Bernelas graduated from ESIEC in 2000 with a degree in Packaging Engineering, and began his career at L’Oréal as a Factory Packaging Engineer.
In 2002, he joined Smurfit Kappa, before moving to the prestigious champagne house Veuve Clicquot as Project Manager in 2008. Stéphane Bernelas then moved into a new role as Brand Manager New Product Development, overseeing the development of new product ranges for the brand.
He then became Brand Manager New Product Development for Moet & Chandon, Mercier and Dom Pérignon in 2016, contributing to the international influence of these iconic brands. In 2018, he was promoted to Purchasing Manager Indirect Goods and Services at Moët Hennessy, the group specializing in high-end wines and spirits, taking charge of indirect purchasing for the entire group.
Stéphane Bernelas now holds the position of Purchasing Director Hennessy & Primary Packaging Moët Hennessy, where he plays a strategic role in managing purchasing and packaging for the group.
Climate Change & Responsible Packaging manager
Hélène Villecroze is Ecodesign Manager at Chanel Parfums Beauté for which she has been 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. Thanks to her background and experience Hélène Villecroze has put in place strong recommendations to guide the brand’s innovation and always strive for greater sustainability. As a symbol of this commitment, the Chanel No. 1 line embodies these values, from the formulation and packaging to the art of gifting.
Sustainable Business Director
Admitted to practice law in NY State, Noémie Bauer holds Business Law & Management degrees from UCLA School of Law and University Paris II Panthéon-Assas. Her passion for Sustainability started from her time at UCLA School of Law where she studied Environmental Law. She joined Pernod Ricard in 2011 leveraging her law degree for Sustainability & Lobbying practices in the Americas Region, based in New York. She then focused her career on Sustainability when she joined Global Pernod Ricard HQ in Paris in 2016. In her current role, she co-leads Sustainable Packaging, liaising with Procurement, Marketing & Packaging Development teams of all Pernod Ricard brands.
Arnaud is co-founder of Cozie, a cosmetic brand created in 2017 with a strong focus on zero waste approach: deposit scheme; refill and bulk solutions.
He works with most majors in the cosmetics industry to help them in their transition towards circular economy, as a consultant and as a solution provider (white label bulk machines, deposit schemes).
Founder and president
Gerald Martines founded IN•SIGNES to make available to Brands, Creation Agencies and Suppliers, operating in the Beauty and Luxury Industries a wealth of experience at the convergence of Strategic development and Innovation, based on more than 30 years of practice in executive positions in Marketing, Design, R&D, Sales, General Management and Innovation, at several global leaders in Design and Packaging. Gerald owns a master’s degree in physics, an Engineering degree in mechanics, a Doctorate in material science, an MBA and a Master in prospective. He is an early advocate of sustainable development.
BEYOND PLASTIC MED, hosted by la Fondation du Prince Albert II de Monaco
We would like to thank INFINITY GLOBAL, the official LUXE PACK MONACO sustainable partner for this year’s sustainability conference coverage and the LUXE PACK in Green Awards event. INFINITY GLOBAL is a single source packaging solution for the world’s leading luxury brands, providing finely crafted, environmentally conscious packaging through a global supply chain network and centralized datasystem.
Several round tables 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.
Exhibition area – Ravel Hall
At the entrance to Hall Ravel, discover all the sustainable packaging innovations entered in the competition (category 1). This year, 43 applications were examined by our jury!
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.