Tom Ford’s Soleil Blanc and Vert D’Encens were the stars of the luxury categories at the Fragrance Foundation Awards Wednesday night.
Soleil Blanc took home Fragrance of the Year in the Women’s Luxury division, and Vert D’Encens won Fragrance of the Year for the Men’s Luxury category.
Marc Puig, chief executive officer and chairman of Puig, was honored with a place in the Fragrance Foundation Hall of Fame. Firmenich perfumer Harry Fremont, the nose behind CK One (he co-created it), Estée Lauder’s Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia and 50 Cent’s Power, was honored with a lifetime achievement award.
Joel McHale was the host for the evening, while Carolina Herrera and Karlie Kloss co-chaired the event.
Fragrance of the Year for Prestige Men’s and Women’s went to John Varvatos Artisan Blu and Yves Saint Laurent Mon Paris, respectively. For the Fragrance of the Year, popular category, Original Penguin Premium Blend won on the men’s side, while Sweet Like Candy Ariana Grande won for the women’s category.
Consumer Choice Awards went to Ralph Lauren Polo Blue Eau de Parfum, for men, and Victoria’s Secret Crush for women. Diana Vreeland Outrageous Simply Divine took home Indie Fragrance of the Year; Parfums Quartana Poppy Soma won Perfume Extraordinaire.
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John Varvatos Dark Rebel Rider won for Men’s Packaging of the Year, while Moschino Fresh Couture took home Women’s Packaging of the Year. Armani Code Profumo won for Men’s Media Campaign of the Year, and No.5 L’Eau won for Women’s Media Campaign of the Year.
Jo Malone London Basil & Neroli Body Crème and Body and Hand Wash won Bath & Body Line of the Year, Jo Malone London Orange Bitters Christmas Candle took home Interior Scent Collection of the Year, and Jo Malone London Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne won Breakout Star while Victoria’s Secret Heavenly was inducted into the Consumer Choice Fragrance Hall of Fame.