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Ariana Grande, Tom Ford and Chanel win big at the Fragrance Foundation Awards

Ariana Grande has a new accolade to add to her already-impressive resume, after winning big at the Fragrance Foundation Awards this week in New York. The pop singer’s latest perfume, ‘Cloud Eau de Parfum,’ was named ‘Fragrance of the Year: Women’s Popular Award’ at the ceremony, which highlights and celebrates the best of the industry each year.

Ariana Grande ’Cloud’ fragrance (Photo:  © PRNewsfoto/LUXE Brands)

Ariana Grande ’Cloud’ fragrance (Photo: © PRNewsfoto/LUXE Brands)

‘Cloud,’ which launched last fall, is the newest addition to the multi-million dollar scent portfolio that Grande began building back in 2015 in partnership with Luxe Brands, with the launch of “Ari by Ariana Grande,” followed by the release of “Moonlight,” “Sweet Like Candy” and “Frankie by Ariana Grande.”

The ceremony, which was hosted by actress Jane Krakowski, honoured the best scents across the women’s, men’s, home and bath and body categories. Winning perfumes included “Tom Ford Lost Cherry,” which took home the title of “Women’s Luxury Fragrance of the Year,” and “Jo Malone Honeysuckle & Davana Cologne,” which won “Women’s Prestige Fragrance of the Year.” “Bleu de Chanel” by Chanel won the men’s luxury category and “Dior Sauvage” was awarded the men’s prestige counterpart.

Other accolades included two prizes for “Marc Jacobs Daisy Love,” which won ’Social Media Campaign of the Year’ and ’Consumer Choice: Women’s Prestige.’ Other successes on the night included Tom Ford, who was inducted to the Fragrance Foundation Hall of Fame, and perfumer Dominique Ropion, who was awarded the title of “2019 Lifetime Achievement Perfumer.”

See online : www.fragrance.org

AFP/Relaxnews

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