THE FRAGRANCE FOUNDATION UK: 23ème édition des FIFI Awards

“A brilliant evening”, “Fantastic to see the fragrance industry celebrated so well” and

“Some incredible winners at the best Awards so far!”, were just a few of the comments

received from last night’s Fragrance Foundation UK Awards Gala Dinner.

Known as the ‘Oscars’ of the fragrance industry, the 23rd annual Fragrance Foundation

Awards 2015 took place at one of London’s most popular venues – The Brewery on

Chiswell Street.

The glitzy and glamorous event was attended by over 500 industry guests including a

host of celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Richard E. Grant, Baroness Brady & Nick Ede.

The evening started with a Champagne Reception held in the King George III room with

entertainment from Tom Barnes Music, where guests mingled before being ushered to the

Porter Tun room for a sumptuous Dinner.

TV news presenter Natasha Kaplinsky compèred the evening’s ceremony for the third

year, held in support of the industry’s charity Look Good Feel Better, and guests were

entertained by the fabulous Rebecca Ferguson, who performed for us all to enjoy.

The welcoming presentation was given by The Fragrance Foundation UK’s Chairman,

Annalise Fard, who commented on what a great year The Fragrance Foundation have

had. Linda Key, The Fragrance Foundation’s CEO, gave an update on the achievements of

The Fragrance Foundation and its aims for the future.

The Fragrance Foundation presented Lucia van der Post with The Circle of Champions

Award – The Circle of Champions is a special initiative set up by The Fragrance

Foundation to pay tribute to those individuals who have made a notable and newsworthy

contribution to the fragrance industry. Lucia is the Grande Dame of Luxury, Associate

Editor of How To Spend It turned the How To Spend It pages of the Financial Times into

cult Saturday reading and then oversaw its migration to glossy stock in 1994 as Founding

Editor of the magazine. Her many awards include the Luxury Briefing Award for

Excellence, the Walpole Medal of Excellence and several Jasmine Awards for perfume

features in How To Spend It.


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Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent :  Best New Fragrance for Women
Jimmy Choo Man had : Best New Male Fragrance

There were 18 award categories : read on to find out who won a coveted Lalique Fragrance Foundation Award in the other categories…

Best New Media Campaign/Female Fragrance Wood Sage & Sea Salt  Jo Malone London

Best New Media Campaign – Male Fragrance  Dior Homme Eau for Men

Best New Design & Packaging – Female Fragrance  Knot – Bottega Veneta

Best New Design & Packaging – Male Fragrance    L’?Homme Idéal – Guerlain

Best New Home Fragrance Green Tomato Leaf Scented Candle – Jo Malone London

Best New Female Fragrance in Limited Distribution Dior Rose Elixir Précieux

Best New Male Fragrance in Limited Distribution Splendid Wood – Yves Saint Laurent

Best New Independent Fragrance JACK – Jack Perfume

Perfume Extraordinaire Robertet – Light my Fire – Killian

Readers’ Choice for Women Daisy Dream– Marc Jacobs

Readers’ Choice for Men  Jimmy Choo Man- Jimmy Choo

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