Fragrance Foundation

MANE rewarded twice at the Fragrance Foundation Awards!

The Fragrance Foundation Awards celebrates the global fragrance industry and its outstanding creative achievements in the world of perfumery.

The 2015 Awards were given out on June 17th at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center.
During this ceremony, presented by Alec Baldwin, two MANE creations were rewarded.

  • "Si" by Giorgio Armani won the Fragrance of the Year Award, in the Women’s Prestige category.
    Sì is a reinvented chypre and is built around three distinct accords: cassis nectar (Cassis Neo Nat Jungle Essence™), chypre and a light, musky wood. Other key notes include vanilla, rose de mai, freesia, a dash of patchouli and two of MANE’s trademarked ingredients, Vanilla Pure Jungle Essence™ and intense Orcanox™.
  • “Modern Man” by Banana Republic won the Fragrance of the Year Award, in the Men’s Popular category. “Modern Man” by Banana Republic won the Fragrance of the Year Award, in the Men’s Popular category. The scent offers a juxtaposition of cool and spicy aromatic synergy; a reflection of energetic personality with just the right amount of edge. The cool, aromatic musk scent opens with a sparkling watery accord and features the daikon as a signature – a first in fine fragrance – an harmony of Japanese radish that captures a fresh, zesty quality in an unexpected way. A study in contrast, the signature imparts a clean, aromatic top paired with a sensual incense-musky dry down to reflect the multi-faceted aspect of Modern man.