Texen develops the cap for Carven’s niche fragrance collection


This collection of seven fragrances evokes the iconic codes of couture house Carven with a touch of nostalgia. To complement the unique bottle, Texen created a zamak cap wrapped with a hand-woven cord, bringing together industrial excellence and rigorously sourced know-how to highlight the beauty of this realization.

In tribute to the era when Madame Carven dressed the world’s air hostesses and traveled the globe, this bottle originally designed in 1947 is born again, exclusive to the extreme. Seven fragrances are sourced from the mythical destinations that give each one its name: “Paris-Bangalore, Paris-Izmir, Paris-Sao Paulo, Paris-Manille…” The dream continues in the elegance of a cardboard case with motifs that evoke certain legendary dress designs.

Excellence and esthetism combined

For this zamak cap – a material chosen for its weight and prestige – Texen perfected a slow, meticulous surface treatment:

The part is polished in several steps to achieve an impeccable finish, clean lines and perfectly precise corners in line with the customer’s expectations.

Each cap is then galvanized to give it its inimitable golden hue, before the addition of a PP insert to hold it in place on the bottle.

 Unique expertise with woven cord

To meet with the brand’s demanding criteria at every level, Texen outsourced specific expertise from its network of partner suppliers. The golden cord, in exactly the same shade as the metal, the specific weaving of which was specially validated by the brand, was then assembled in Texen’s factories onto the lower part of the cap.

This sophisticated, high quality finish imparts the packaging with a premium image worthy of the most prestigious fragrance collections.


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