Find out the winners of the 24th annual Fragrance Foundation Awards 2016, a.k.a the ‘Oscars’ of the fragrance industry...
Known as the Oscars of the fragrance industry, the 24
annual Fragrance Foundation Awards 2016 took place at one of Londons most popular venues The Brewery in the City of London.
The glitzy and glamorous event was attended by over 550 industry guests including a host of celebrities such as Oliver Cheshire, Laura Predalska, LilahParsons & Jenny Packham.
There were 20 Award categories and the evening culminated with the announcement that Decadence by Marc Jacobs had been chosen as Best New Fragrance for Women and Sauvage by Dior had won inthe Best New Male Fragrance category & The Ultimate Launch.
One Million Cologne by Paco Rabanne took home the People’s Choice Award for men’s fragrance, while Black Opium EDT by Yves Saint Laurent took home the People’s Choice Award for women’s fragrance.
Readers were also given the chance to vote for their favourite fragrances, with newcomer, Light & Dark Desire by Leighton Denny taking home the award in the women’s category and Sauvage by Dior taking home their third award for the Readers Choice in the men’s category.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Rosie for Autograph went away with the award for Best new celebrity fragrance and new fragrance, ALAIA by fashion house ALAIA, was awarded Best new female packaging and design.
Tom Ford also had a great night, winning both Best new fragrance in limited distribution for women with his Private Blend Fleur de Portofino and Bets new fragrance in limited distribution for men with hisPrivate Blend Venetian Bergamot.
Meanwhile, ChanelChance Eau Vive took home the award for Best new female commercial and Guerlain L’Homme Idéal took home the award for Best new male commercial.
The limelight was also shone on room scents withFrench Boudoir By Kilian taking home the award for best new home fragrance.
Read on to find out who won the coveted Lalique Fragrance Foundation Award in the other categories