Ecoya blossoms in new livery

Ecoya Australasian home fragrance house introduces a whole new look to market, on counter now. The relaunch of the brand, which has been 12 months in the making, sees a new refined logo, contemporary new packaging and three new fragrances, extending the Ecoya collection fragrances to ten.

Ecoya Australasian home fragrance house introduces a whole new look to market, on counter now. The relaunch of the brand, which has been 12 months in the making, sees a new refined logo, contemporary new packaging and three new fragrances, extending the Ecoya collection fragrances to ten.

Beauty media gathered at Bondi Beach’s QT hotel to hear how the reinvigoration was inspired by the brand’s Australasian heritage. Ecoya was founded a stone’s throw from the briefing’s location, in Botany Bay Australia in 2004. Today, it is designed in Auckland New Zealand and handcrafted in Sydney Australia.

From the creative direction through to production, Ecoya remains inspired by the Australasian region at large: from alpines to archipelagos, city to sea, the sheer variety of botanical bases, fragrances and locations allows Ecoya’s fragrance experts to transform raw nature into perfumes that are rich, rare and evocative.

The new packaging features the Ecoya ‘white iceberg design’ and the carton colourways have been reinvigorated to feel fresh and contemporary, while remaining recognisable to the loyal consumer. Each premium carton is topped in pristine, icy white. Underneath is colour, wild form and natural shape perpetually changing for each fragrance, an illustration of the scent awaiting within.

The three new fragrances are Spiced Ginger & Musk, Blue Cypress & Amber and Cedarwood & Leather. These contemporary, more masculine fragrances sit alongside the iconic collection scents of French Pear, Sweet Pea & Jasmine, Lotus Flower, Lemongrass & Ginger, Vanilla Bean, Guava & Lychee Sorbet and Coconut & Elderflower.

ECOYA is now offered in more than 1400 department stores and boutiques around the world, from Hong Kong to London, Tokyo to Copenhagen, gracing the shelves of stores such as John Lewis and Liberty of London in the UK, Takashimaya in Singapore, David Jones in Australia, Red Current and Smith & Caugheys in New Zealand and Lotte in Korea.

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