Breaking News

Fragrance Foundation

February 14, 2006

l The Fragrance Foundation announced that Evelyn H. Lauder will be honored with the Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2006 FiFi Awards, to be held on April 3, 2006 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
The Hall of Fame Award is voted on by The Fragrance Foundation’s Board of Directors and is presented to an individual who has brought extraordinary ingenuity, dedication and inner resources to bear, not only on his/her company’s success, but to the fragrance industry as a whole.
Rochelle Bloom, president of The Fragrance Foundation, remarked, “It is both a professional and personal honor to recognize Evelyn Lauder, who is, and continues to be, a tremendous influence on the development of fragrances within The Estée Lauder Companies, as well as the entire industry. Evelyn has received numerous honors acknowledging her philanthropic work, and it is appropriate to also recognize her impressive contributions to the world of fragrance.”
As senior corporate vice president of The Estée Lauder Companies, Evelyn H. Lauder heads fragrance development worldwide. According to the Fragrance Foundation, Mrs. Lauder brings passion for discovering new and exotic ingredients and using them to create novel fragrance notes. Her rare ability to visualize fragrance combinations or impressions drives the company’s creative efforts around the world, bringing these concepts to life in distinctive fragrances. More info: (212) 647-1828.

blog comments powered by Disqus
  • Long Term Sustainability In the Nonwovens Market

    Long Term Sustainability In the Nonwovens Market

    August 23, 2016
    Learn more at Cleaning Products USA, Nov. 9-11, 2016

  • Fro Yo!

    Fro Yo!

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director||August 22, 2016
    Project Beauty dishes out Hairgurt, a line of vitamin-rich hair shampoos and conditioning masques.

  • TLC for Those Who Need It Most

    TLC for Those Who Need It Most

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor||August 22, 2016
    New curriculum debuting at Bellus Academy helps estheticians treat a population that needs TLC.