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Capturing the Christmas spirit in style

Capturing the Christmas spirit in style, Casa Rex, Unilever, TIGI, Asia packaging
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TIGI's global Christmas campaign features an innovative design that captures the festive spirits, but with an all-new modern twist.

Capturing the Christmas spirit in style, Casa Rex, Unilever, TIGI, Asia packagingTIGI, the professional hair care brand founded by Anthony Mascolo and owned by Unilever, needed an innovative campaign for the approaching holiday season that could cut through the saturated market of Christmas promotions and engage with clients of high-end salons across the globe.

To do this, Casa Rex - the international design consultancy with offices in São Paulo and London - has incorporated the Christmas spirit into the brand, but with an all-new modern twist. 

Iconic hairstylist’s scissors and combs have been pieced together into patterns to form unique snowflakes, presenting a traditional Christmas icon with new contemporary flair that combines TIGI's distinctive appeal with seasonal spirit in style.

The eye-catching graphic design features prominently on TIGI’s hair product folding carton packaging and other promotional material, standing out on shelves.Capturing the Christmas spirit in style, Casa Rex, Unilever, TIGI, Asia packaging

Gustavo Piqueira, head of Casa Rex and the creative director of the project, says, "The hairstylist snowflakes created a flexible visual system, capable of taking on different colours and patterns which were applied across a myriad of materials, from packaging to window facades, gift boxes, posters and print materials — all coming together to create an engaging ambience in its salons, and capturing the Christmas spirit with a stylish edge, fit for TIGI."

The TIGI Christmas identity was launched in November 2014, and is visible in all salons that stock the range across the world.



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