Stunning Pastry Packaging for Pierre Hermé

These three package designs were created by Japanese Design Guru Kenya Hara. Characterized by joint-free, smooth curves and delicate white texture, are for the most well-known Pierre Hermé pastry, Ispahan.

Shaped like whipped cream, like dough pressed lightly by a single digit, like a round of fluffy, resilient pure whiteness, all three delicately wrap these luxe pastries. The greatest appeal of these packages is the billowing sensuousness imparted by the material: pulp. Thanks to the study of hand molding, they have created a soft, round form that fluidly connects the curves.

The packaged pastries were sold exclusively at Påtisseries Pierre Hermé Paris Bonaparte, Vaugirard, and at some of Pierre Hermé Paris boutiques in Tokyo.









food packaging Pastry Pierre Hermé
Cyril Foiret

French Trendsetter, living & working in New York : art direction, trend forecasting, styling and designing are part of my daily activities. PS: Sorry for my French, I don't pretend to be a writer and I know that my writing is not the best...

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