Monday night, The Fragrance Foundation Awards honored the industry’s creative achievements of 2014 with a slew of iconic names and faces. Hosted by revered comedian Dana Carvey, and co-chaired by Carine Roitfeld and model Coco Rocha, the evening seemed more of a comedic fashion show than the monotone events of Prosecco as the only saving grace.

Attendees included model Hilary Rhoda, actress Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones, wearing a Donald Drawbertson original, actress Angie Harmon, Black Watch polo player Nacho Figueras, and many more.

“The Fragrance Foundation Awards is the most important night for the beauty industry and we are in awe of this year’s creative achievements and accomplishments,” said Elizabeth Musmanno, President of the Fragrance Foundation. “We congratulate all the winners and finalists who continue to master the art of fragrance.”

During the red-carpet we talked scents with the guests which singer Judith Hill said she gravitated towards the “simple, fresher scents” more than anything else. Whilst fiery Donna D’Cruz said if she were a scent, she’d be “Rose. Moroccan Rose – flowering as needed.”

Some of the biggest winners of the evening came as no surprise with Ralph Lauren and Victoria’s Secret taking home three awards in the category of Fragrance of the Year and Consumer Choice.

“It’s been such an honor to be a co-chair of the Fragrance Foundation Awards,” said Co-Chair Carine Roitfeld. “The Fragrance Foundation is truly the industry’s epicenter for the appreciation of fragrance, art, style and innovation.”

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