Friday, 15 May 2015

Fragrance Foundation UK 2015 Prize Winners

The UK branch of the Fragrance Foundation held its annual awards ceremony last night at London's Brewery. According to the votes of the Foundation's members, the best feminine release of last year was YSL's Black Opium; the best masculine scent was Jimmy Choo Man. The award for Best Independent Perfume (which I had the honour of presenting and for which I was one of the judges) went to Richard E Grant's Jack. The Perfume Extraordinaire prize (for which the judges - one of whom was yours truly - had to assess the entries 'blind') went to Robertet for their work on Kilian's Light My Fire. Click on this link to see the full list of winners.  If you've got a few moments to spare, you might also like to cast your eyes at the widget below and scroll through the tweets that were generated by last night's ceremony.


PS Do come back on Monday for a list of some of my favourite sunny-weather scents. 

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