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A Big Night For Perfume Makers: Duftstars Fragrance Awards 2014

Posted by: Perfumeaddict, on: Tuesday, 27 May 2014


The ceremony for this year’s Duftstars Fragrance Awards was held in a grandiose gala in Berlin, Germany on May 15. The awards gala itself was filled with glamour and prestige all night long, as expected of the elite, well-known fragrance foundation Duftstars. There were even various performances to keep the guests entertained throughout the evening from stars like Lisa Stansfield, and the Norwegian hip hop group, Madcon.


There are notable various categories within the Duftstars Fragrance Awards, and winners are chosen for women’s and men’s fragrances for each category. The jury has at least 250 members and, of course, consists of various professionals ranging from journalists, designers, experts from industry and commerce, and well-versed advertisers to various members of the media.


Within the Classic category, the winning fragrance for women was for her by Narciso Rodriguez. For men’s perfumes, it was Terre d’Hermès from Hermès


From the Exclusive category, Bottega Veneta snags victory with its Eau Legere for women, and pour Homme for the men.


Within the Prestige category, we see two very popular brands emerge as the winners. We have Sì by Giorgio Armani for the ladies fragrances and Dior Homme Cologne by Dior for the gentlemen.


Of course, we won’t forget the winners from the Lifestyle category. For the ladies, the winning fragrance was Unforgettable by Christina Aguilera. For the men, we have James Bond 007 Quantum from James Bond 007. It is also important to note that these two scents also won the Audience Award for Lifestyle.



The winners of the Audience Award for Prestige, however, are Jour Pour Femme BOSS by Hugo Boss for the ladies, and Le Beau Male by Jean Paul Gaultier.


Other categories and winners worth mentioning is the Best Flacon Design winner, Honey by Marc Jacobs with its very unique perfume bottle design with bees and hives as its primary aesthetic. In the advertising categories, we have La petite robe noire by Guerlain as winner for Best TV Spot and Sì by Giorgio Armani as winner for Best Print Ad.

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