One of the 50+ designs I came up with for Sephora's gift topper. Note the logo "S" flame cut into the bottom of the design.
This version again uses the logo Sephora "S" flame. Ultimately they decided to use a completely different design done in silver.
The designs became more and more elaborate. Reverse folds, multiple cuts, etc. Finally, the design chosen was one of my least favorites, but those decisions aren't up to me.
These paper clusters were used to decorate the stores, windows and interior columns. The 7 designs were very similar, all involving flowers and snowflakes.
One of the thousands of clusters sent worldwide.
A cluster of paper flowers and snowflakes with hints of matte gold are ready to ship out worldwide.
One of the first ring/perfume testers. Note how the shape of the poinsettia petals is also the logo Sephora "S" flame.
The original call out for the ring/perfume tester was a snowflake. This was later changed to a flower.
This version was quite well received but abandon due to difficulty in large scale reproduction.
The final design was layers of crinoline and an iridescent fabric, with a single rhinestone in the center. Over half a million of the ring and gift toppers were distributed world wide and on-line.