There was something in the air last night in New York City, where stars like Chrissy Teigen, Angie Harmon, Michael C. Hall, and more came to Lincoln Center to celebrate the year’s biggest accomplishments in perfume at the 2014 Fragrance Foundation Awards.
Ralph Lauren and Victoria’s Secret were the big winners of the night, with both respective brands taking home three awards each. Chalk it up to a recent viewing of Wayne’s World, but we couldn’t help but ask Dana Carvey (who hosted the awards for the second year in a row), what kind of a cologne would Garth wear? “He’d wear Eau d’Wayne, because he worshiped Wayne,” the comedian told InStyle.com. “Though, he might do something with red rope licorice and turn that into a cologne.” Too funny! Fragrances hold such close ties to memory, and one honor was especially memorable for One Direction, whose first scent won the fan-voted Consumer Choice Celebrity award.
Teigen, who presented the Consumer Choice category alongside Harmon, was particularly excited about the scent-sational festivities. “I’m presenting with Angie, and she’s so gorgeous — I completely ran over her up front, but I’m just excited to be here, and to present. It’s really different for me,” she said. As for her most-prominent fragrance memory, the star told us, “Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male brings me back every time! That’s what every guy I had a crush on wore.” Keep reading to see the full list of winners!
Women’s Popular Fragrance of the Year: Victoria by Victoria’s Secret
Men’s Popular Fragrance of the Year: Victoria’s Secret Very Sexy Platinum for Him
Women’s Prestige Fragrance of the Year: Estee Lauder Modern Muse
Men’s Prestige Fragrance of the Year: Polo Red by Ralph Lauren
Women’s Luxury Fragrance of the Year: Giorgio Armani Prive Rose d’Arabie
Men’s Luxury Fragrance of the Year: Tom Ford Rive D’Ambre
Consumer Choice Celebrity Award: Our Moment by One Direction
Consumer Choice Women’s Award: Victoria by Victoria’s Secret
Consumer Choice Men’s Award: Polo Red by Ralph Lauren
Women’s Packaging of the Year: Honey by Marc Jacobs
Men’s Packaging of the Year: Bottega Veneta Pour Homme
Women’s Media Campaign of the Year: Tied — Chanel No. 5, and Jean Paul Gaultier Classique
Men’s Media Campaign of the Year: Polo Red by Ralph Lauren
Perfume Extraordinaire of the Year: Mane — Aedes de Ventusas, Iris Nazarena
Fragrance Hall of Fame: Clinique Happy
Hall of Fame: Michael Gould, former Chairman and CEO of Bloomingdale’s
Perfumer of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award: Carlos Benaim
Interior Scent Collection of the Year: NEST Passion Collection for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation