Elements Showcase and The Fragrance Foundation have named five finalists for the 2013 Indie Awards, which honor established brands — not owned or distributed by a large company — that have been on the market for at least two years and are sold in less than 50 doors.
The winner, chosen by a panel of beauty executives and editors, will be announced on January 28 at 7 p.m. at The Elements Showcase for The Fragrance Foundation Awards by Elizabeth Musmanno, president of The Fragrance Foundation.
“The Fragrance Foundation and our industry are thrilled to support small companies who have been chosen by our industry elite,” said Musmanno. “We look forward to honoring our finalists and applauding them for their creative achievements.”
The nominees are: By Killian’s Amber Oud, Cuirelle by Ramon Monegal Perfumes Barcelona, No. 30 Eau D’Hiver by Le Cherche Midi, Carner Barcelona’s Rima Xi and Terrasse à St-Germain by Jul et Mad.
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