Designer Claire Hartley Uses Luxurious Colors And Handmade Patterns For Love Lock's Packaging

by Rudy Sanchez on 12/08/2019 | 3 Minute Read

Inspired by the mission to empower women and inspire confidence, designer Claire Hartley used a rich set of pinks, purples, and reds along with patterns informed by real hair for brand Lydia's hair supplement, Love Locks.

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"Lydia was founded on a mission to help women across the world feel more confident in their own skin and embrace their natural beauty. Their first product Love Locks is a hair supplement that provides all the vitamins for healthy hair growth for those who’ve experienced damage from styling or the effects of nature's challenges like thyroid disorders, menopausal/postpartum hair loss or female pattern baldness.

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Our brief was to create an identity and packaging that felt confident and energetic, something to stand out against the often bland or clinical supplement brands. With a goal to provoke positive action, Lydia wants to empower women to regain their crown and not feel ashamed to buy or add a hair supplement into their daily routine.

With an opulent palette of rich purples, reds and pinks the aesthetic is luxurious and effervescent. Hand-made abstract shapes adorn the packaging, taking inspiration from real hair and all its beautiful imperfections.

Working with photographer Tara Liondaris and stylist Sophie Iona we created a collection of product and lifestyle images to launch the brand."

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