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FiFi Award Design

November 3, 2006

Announced
● Six finalists have been chosen for the redesign of The Fragrance Foundation”s FiFi Award trophy, to be showcased at the 2007 Awards. The first phase of the design competition was held at The Fragrance Foundation in September where a panel of judges voted on sketches submitted by entrants including packaging designers from the U.S. and Europe, to determine the finalists.
The finalists are: Jerome Berard, principal and creative director, Berard Associates, New York; Denis Boudard founder and designer, QSLD Paris, Paris/Clearwater, FL; Henry de Monclin, president, HDM Design Lab, Paris; Laurent Hainaut, Frederic Jentgen, Gianni Rotta, principals and founders, Raison Pure/Raison International, New York/Paris; Marc Rosen, chief executive officer, Marc Rosen Associates, New York and Susan Wacker, president, SRW Design Inc., Hopkinton, MA.
Contestants had to have 10 or more years of experience in the field of fragrance packaging design.
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