LUXE PACK in green

Pioneering in showcasing sustainable packaging, LUXE PACK understood a long time ago that sustainability and environmental conservation are amongst consumer’s biggest concerns.

For 13 years, the LUXE PACK in green Award has highlighted and rewarded the best sustainable packaging innovations and responsible initiatives presented during the show.

In 2022 we are pursuing our efforts to make susatinable development an integral part of the show with the aim to become THE global barometer of eco-responsible packaging trends for luxury brands.


LUXE PACK MONACO is delighted to announce you the nominees for the LUXE PACK in green 2022 Awards:

Category 1: Eco-Conceived Packaging Solutions


Answering the market’s need for sustainable alternatives to single-use packaging and flexible laminates, Sylvicta offers brands a high-quality barrier packaging solution that enables them to reduce or even eradicate the use of plastics in their packaging. As such, it’s the ideal solution for creating a globally sustainable, circular economy – especially as it can integrate into existing recycling schemes.
The product is simply revolutionary – it can help to create the circular economy society we all desire.

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Category 2 : Corporate Social Responsibility approach


The ambition of an independent company like ALTUS Coating, created in 2007, is to ensure that its commitments are respected by organising itself in a responsible manner in order to improve its economic, social and environmental performance, to reduce its impact and to meet the ever-increasing demands of its customers.


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.

This year, the LUXE PACK IN GREEN ceremony was hosted by Alice Vachet, podcast host of “L’empreinte”



Coordinator of Initiatives & Co-Secretary, Monaco Blue Initiative

Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Principality of Monaco

Lina Hansson is Coordinator of Initiatives & Co-Secretary of the Monaco Blue Initiative, Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Principality of Monaco. Lina holds a Master of Science degree in Biotechnology Engineering from the University of Lund, Sweden. She has more than ten years’ experience in the management of scientific projects in an international and multicultural environment. Before joining the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation in 2020, she was the Project Manager of the first large-scale EU project on ocean acidification (2008-2012) and Project Officer of the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC), of the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco from 2012 to 2019. She is co-editor of the first book on the subject, “Ocean Acidification”, published in 2011 by Oxford University Press.


Co founder


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).


Co-Founder and CEO

Sustainable Design School

After graduate studies of industrial design at ENSAAMA – Paris - l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d'Art, Maurille LARIVIERE founded in 1983 his own design agency, which he directed for 10 years.
In 1985, he was in charge of defining the pedagogical engineering of the diploma phase of ENSCI - Les Ateliers, École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, at the Master 2 level. He is the pedagogical director for 10 years and supervises the first 240 diplomas.
In 1993, he was co-founder of Strate, École de design, School of Industrial Design, where he first directed the
studies and then the general management for 18 years. ENSCI Ateliers and Strate, School of Design, are the two French schools in the Business Week ranking of the 60 best design schools in the world.
In parallel, Maurille LARIVIERE is a lecturer in design at the École Polytechnique - Paris Saclay, and in the IC - Engineering Design Department - at the École des Mines de Paris. Since 2002, he teaches industrial design at the École des Ponts ParisTech. He is appointed Professor in 2003. Since 2014, he is a lecturer in Design Sciences Po
In 2013, he is co-founder and President of The Sustainable Design School, international high school of design and sustainable innovation in Nice on the French Riviera. Its diploma, Designer in Sustainable Innovation is recognized by the French Government. Its pedagogy proposes the concrete realization of research projects in sustainable innovation by the methods of design, with small and large companies, in a strong social and environmental dimension. The SDS is a member of CUMULUS Association, an international network of 340 leading schools and design universities worldwide, and member of LeNS – Learning Network on Sustainability. In 2016, The SDS becomes one of the 13 founding members of UCA, University Côte d'Azur. This allows The SDS to offer a PhD program, and to develop innovation projects and transversal research programs.
In 2016, he is a member of the WDO, World Design Organization, an international NGO promoting the
professions of industrial design. He is member of RED DOT Network since 2019.
In 2020, The SDS open a dual degree Entrepreneurship & Sustainable Design with SKEMA Business School. This MSc – Master of Sciences is recognized by the CGE, Conférence des Grandes Écoles, France.


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.



Dedicated conferences

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.

Some specific solutions at Ravel hall’s entrance

Packaging manufacturers are constantly innovating to offer solutions with reduced environmental impact. In 2022 at LUXE PACK MONACO, 60 candidate innovations in category 1 have been presented.

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.