The name “Stiletto” came from the late 15th century Italian daggers. I wanted to have a decorative design with filigree patterns. The patterns end at the top of the label to keep the type from getting lost in all of the decorations. The yellow makes a bright and vibrant color for the black label, and for the back, I focused on the type and kept the decorations to a minimum. The type is a sans-serif font that complements the design and is easy to read on the black label and textured paper. The type for the wine name is a script font that makes it fit with the overall design of the label. The packaging for the wine bottle is full of filigree and gives the wine a background story. I wanted to have more filigree on the side panels of the box and keep the lid of the box simple with only a border and the name “Stiletto.”