Designing volumes and graphics for L'Oréal Paris and L'Oréal Paris China products by Mazarine Pascalie Design.
We worked with the international brand to roll out a new aesthetic for its skincare and makeup lines. We created the brand’s signature "carron" shape and designed packaging, adhering to the strictest graphic codes in order to create coherence across the entire brand. With additional tweaks and touches for the China market, we aligned with the brand’s upmarket local positioning.
Premium designs, combining glamor and science.
A team of 30 experts, with a singular creative approach, collaborates with brands to evolve their visual identity and create innovative designs for their products and packaging. Thanks to our expertise in design volume, materials and industrial constraints, we explore the latest innovations while following ecodesign principles.
Beforehand, the agency also contributes to strategic thinking and defining the brand platform as well as product naming. Whether in the ultra luxury, premium or mass market, our knowledge of each and their trends means we can help all brands, be they leading or niche.
Mazarine Pascalie Design created the makeup collection’s monogram and designed the product collection.
Alongside Shu Uemura, we designed make-up products with pureness, very geometric shapes, playing on intense matte or glossy blacks. We also created the monogram 秀 "shu" to become the brand's emblem.
Expressing the Shu Uemura spirit: the luxury of purity, modern and artistic. Inspired by the traditional Japanese seal 印鑑, which represents the founder's first name in kanji, meaning "excellence".
Mazarine Asia Pacific launched the year-end campaign for Boucheron, handling content creation and social communication.
In 2019, Mazarine created a series of visuals for Boucheron to capture the mood of the year-end celebration with celebrity Zhou Dongyu and his iconic Four product with a touch of playfulness, confidence and effortless style.
The production package includes a key visual, a video and four behind-the-scenes photos, which are fully used on digital channels in mainland China.