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Azzaro trusts Pujolasos with the packaging of its new fragrance Solarissimo Levanzo

The Clarins group has selected Pujolasos Wood & Pack to develop the packaging of its new fragrance Azzaro Solarissimo recently launched.

Azzaro’s new fragrance, suggestively called Levanzo - a small island near Sicily - is presented as “the union between the sun and the Mediterranean sea”. Its aromatic essence is composed of citrus, passion fruit, basil, lavender, cedar and patchouli.

For this new fragrance, Pujolasos has designed an exclusive ash wood cap that includes a laser engraving of the range’s logo. The colour, which has been chosen specifically for this product, highlights the brand’s elegance, combining Mediterranean essences with Azzaro’s fresh and cosmopolitan flair.

To achieve a perfect fitting into the bottle and an excellent usability, the inside of the cap has been manufactured with Pujolasos’ PP standard fea15. The whole ensemble, including the laser engraving, the interior and the finishes, has been entirely developed in Pujolasos’ facility in Sant Pere de Torelló (Barcelona).


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