The Fragrance Foundation held its annual awards celebration last night, hosted by Dana Carvey, comedian of "Wayne’s World" and "SNL" fame. This year’s winners included:
Balenciaga Florabotanica (women’s luxury), Acqua di Parma Colonia Intensa Oud (men’s luxury), Dot by Marc Jacobs (women’s prestige), Tom Ford Noir (men’s prestige), Girlfriend Justin Bieber (women’s popular) and James Bond 007 (men’s popular).
The Indie Award—covering a scent launched by a brand not distributed or owned by a large company and sold in less than 50 stores in the US—was won by Killian Amebr Oud.
Taylor Swift was named the celebrity of the year.
Coty was honored with three awards, including Dot Marc Jacobs in women’s prestige and two for Balenciaga Florabotanica. Along with women’s luxury scent, Balenciaga Florabotanica won best packaging of the year for women's prestige.
Fragrance packaging of the year in men’s prestige went to Montblanc Legend .
Consumer Choice awards were presented to Girlf Justin Bieber and Acque di Gio Essenza Giorgio Armani.
The Fragrance Hall of Fame Award went to Elizabeth Arden Red Door.
The Lifetime Achievement Award went to perfumer Alberto Morillas.