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I know you know most favorite fashion brands. Do you know how their packaging looks? I’ll show it.

Iconic packaging - Henri Bendel

Henri Bendel himself designed his store’s iconic brown and white striped packaging in 1907.

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Iconic packaging - Cartier

Cartier has used the same luxe red leather boxes for generations. With red branded ribbon.

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Iconic packaging - Miu-Miu cute

Miu Miu’s pastel pink packaging goes perfectly with the feminine, bejeweled clothing and accessories that the brand is famous for.

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Iconic packaging - orange Hermes

Orange has been Hermès’s color since the 1940’s, and the brand even sells handbags in it’s signature shade.

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Iconic packaging - Chanel and iconic Camelia

Every Chanel shopping bag is decorated with a white Camellia, which was Coco Chanel’s favorite flower. Die hard Chaneliacs collect these too.

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Iconic packaging - Laduree green box

Ladurée’s pale green boxes were inspired by the interior of the original pastry shop, which was founded in Paris in the 19th century.

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Iconic packaging - Lanvin

Lanvin’s boxes are decorated with the brand’s original logo, which was designed in 1907 and depicts designer Jeanne Lanvin with her daughter.

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Iconic packaging - Bergdorf Goodman

The department store’s signature purple shopping bags have been a New York City status symbol for decades.

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Iconic packaging - Louis Vuitton with blue ribbon

Louis Vuitton changed its packaging from brown to this rich yellow shade, inspired by the color of the trimmings of its classic bags.

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Iconic packaging - Dior white box

Dior’s understated white packaging pairs with the brand’s classic ethos.

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Iconic packaging - Tiffany&Co. bluebox

Perhaps the most iconic packaging in the world, it has been mandated since the early 20th century that Tiffany’s blue boxes can only be acquired with a purchase.

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