Posted: June 18, 2014
The Fragrance Foundation Awards honored the industry’s creative achievements of 2014 on Monday, June 16, 2014, at Lincoln Center in New York . Emmy awardiwinning comedian Dana Carvey hosted the event in an irreverent and humorous fashion, and Carine Roitfeld, editor in chief of CR Fashion Book, and model Coco Rocha served as co-chairs. On a musical note, Sony Music recording artist Judith Hill brought the house down with her rendition of “Hallelujah.”
In advance of the show, Jane Larkworthy, beauty director of W, served as the exclusive style correspondent for the Fragrance Foundation Awards and interviewed celebrity presenters and guests on the red carpet. The exclusive interviews will be webcasted on Fragrance.org.
Award presenters and attendees included Michael C. Hall, Chrissy Teigen, Hilary Rhoda, Sean Avery, Kellan Lutz, Leonard Lauder, Gwendoline Christie, Angie Harmon, Mary Alice Stephenson, Behati Prinsloo, Nacho Figueras, Leigh Lezark, Lily Donaldson, Max Irons, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Christian Siriano, Chelsea Leyland, Donna D’Cruz, Mario Sorrenti and Marisa Tomei.
“The Fragrance Foundation Awards is the most important night for the beauty industry, and we are in awe of this year’s creative achievements and accomplishments,” said Elizabeth Musmanno, president of the Fragrance Foundation. “We congratulate all the winners and finalists who continue to master the art of fragrance.”
“It’s been such an honor to be a co-chair of the Fragrance Foundation Awards,” said Roitfeld. “The Fragrance Foundation is truly the industry’s epicenter for the appreciation of fragrance, art, style and innovation.”
“Being co-chair for the Fragrance Foundation Awards has been a wonderful experience,” said Rocha. “It was great to come out and support all my friends in the fragrance industry.”
Our Moment One Direction by Elizabeth Arden edged out other iconic celebrity competition and won the Consumer Choice Award in the Celebrity Category. The Estée Lauder Companies took home three awards—Modern Muse won Fragrance of the Year for Women’s Prestige; Tom Ford Rive D’Ambre won Men’s Luxury Fragrance of the Year; and Clinique Happy won the coveted Fragrance Hall of Fame honors. And the Passion Collection for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in collaboration with Nest Fragrances was recognized and awarded the Interior Scent Collection of the Year.
Leonard Lauder, chairman emeritus of The Estée Lauder Companies, presented the Hall of Fame Award to his friend and esteemed retail legend Michael Gould, former chairman and CEO of Bloomingdale’s. And Nicolas Mirzayantz, group president of fragrances for International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF), presented the Perfumer of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award to IFF’s master perfumer Carlos Benaim. Benaim has created award-winning and best-selling fragrances such as Calvin Klein Euphoria, Calvin Klein Eternity for Men, Elizabeth Arden Red Door, Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds, Giorgio Armani Armani Code for Women, and Viktor Rolf Flowerbomb. The audience united with a standing ovation to applaud him.
Here, a full list of The Fragrance Foundation 2014 award winners:
- Fragrance of the Year, Men’s Popular*mdash;Victoria’s Secret Very Sexy Platinum for Him, Victoria’s Secret
- Fragrance of the Year, Women’s Popular—Victoria by Victoria’s Secret, Victoria’s Secret
- Fragrance of the Year, Men’s Prestige—Polo Red, L’Oréal/Ralph Lauren Fragrances
- Fragrance of the Year, Women’s Prestige—Modern Muse Eau de Parfum, Estée Lauder
- Fragrance of the Year, Men’s Luxury—Tom Ford Rive d’Ambre, Tom Ford Beauty
- Fragrance of the Year, Women’s Luxury—Prive Rose d’Arabie, Giorgio Armani
- Perfume Extraordinaire of the Year—Mane for Aedes de Venustas, Iris Nazarena by perfumer Ralf Schwieger
- Fragrance Hall of Fame—Clinique Happy, Clinique
- Hall of Fame—Michael Gould, former chairman and CEO of Bloomingdale’s
- Perfumer of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award—Carlos Benaim, master perfumer for IFF
- Packaging of the Year, Men’s—Bottega Veneta pour Homme, Coty
- Packaging of the Year, Women’s—Honey Marc Jacobs, Coty
- Interior Scent Collection of the Year—Passion Collection for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Nest Fragrances
- Media Campaign of the Year, Men’s—Polo Red, L’Oréal/Ralph Lauren Fragrances
- Media Campaign of the Year, Women’s (tied)—Jean Paul Gaultier Classique, Beauté Prestige International and No. 5, Chanel
- Consumer Choice Awards, Celebrity—Our Moment One Direction, Elizabeth Arden
- Consumer Choice Awards, Women’s—Victoria by Victoria’s Secret, Victoria’s Secret
- Consumer Choice Awards, Men’s—Polo Red, L’Oréal/Ralph Lauren Fragrances
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