If you want to know what the best perfumes in the world are then this list will interest you. We will show you the fragrances that deserve the "Oscar of the Perfumes" in 2018 and that you can find in any department stores. Who knows, maybe you even already have some of them!
2018 Perfume Oscars?
The Fragrance Foundation Awards (or FiFi Awards) consist of an annual award in the United States, which announces the best perfumes of the season. The contest is globally known as "The Oscars of Perfumes." Following a tradition that began in 1973, for the 2018 edition, the most outstanding fragrances of the last 12 months were taken into account in 12 different categories, including home aromatizers.
This list, in addition to showing the winners chosen by specialists, shows special categories in which consumers designated the winner:
Most Popular Perfume voted by fans - Glossier You by Glossier
The perfume Glossier You enchanted the public for its different and fresh proposal. Its intention is to intensify the natural smell of the skin combined with aromas of pink pepper and iris flower roots.
Female luxury perfume - Fucking Fabulous by Tom Ford
With marked leather essences, this Tom Ford perfume won the award in the category of female luxury. The fragrance that has a lavender background, comes in black glass presentation with round or flattened lid (depends on the size of the container).
Male luxury perfume - Oud Minérale by Tom Ford
Tom Ford also swept the men's luxury category with Oud Minérale. Maintaining the character of the brand, the fragrance is highlighted by an aroma that goes back to the wood with fresh notes, which in turn remit the marine fragrances.
Prestige feminine perfume - Gucci Bloom by Gucci
The most recent novelty of the Italian Gucci reached the market in 2017 and conquered the hearts of its consumers due to the floral aroma with light touches of vanilla and various citrus.
Prestige male perfume - Y by Yves Saint Laurent
Inspired by the basic visual combination of "white shirt with leather jacket", Yves Saint Laurent's Y perfume proposes an aroma that balances freshness with woody fragrance. They also emphasize its soft notes of pear of Bey, ginger, lemon, and mint.
Extraordinary perfume of the year - Café Tuberosa by Atelier Cologne
Despite the name, this perfume has nothing to do with coffee: it brings as its main base the aromas of the pear of Bey, mandarin, and cardamom. The ingredient that alludes to the name is present in the composition along with other hot essences, which manage to make the product an intense and penetrating perfume.
Revelation perfume - Replica Beach Walk by Maison Margiela
Created by the powerful duo of perfumers: Jacques Cavallier Belletrud and Marie Salamagne, the Replica Beach Walk fragrance was left with one of the most prized prizes. With a fresh and fruity feel, the perfume stands out for its coconut aroma, which inevitably goes back to the beach scene.
Independent perfume of the year - Bruma by Maison Trudon
Indicated mainly for an evening, the Bruma fragrance was created by the perfumer Antoine Lie and comes with a marked floral base, complemented by delicate notes of lavender and black pepper.
Female container of the year - Good Girl by Carolina Herrera
Carolina Herrera's Good Girl perfume left no room for more competitors in this category. That's because in addition to its floral fragrance rich in different spices is presented in a delicate and original glass heel.
Male container of the year - Artisan Pure by John Varvatos
To combine with the name, the presentation of the Artisan Pure perfume was to go for an emulation of a straw basket, which envelops the glass of the citrus fragrance.
Female campaign of the year - Gucci Bloom by Gucci
Another award for Gucci Bloom. The publicity on country themes that surrounded the fragrance captivated both consumers and experts.
Male campaign of the year - Eternity for men by Calvin Klein
Originally launched in 1990, this fragrance won the award for the best male campaign with a father-themed video. The audiovisual that marks the "re-launch" of Eternity is played by actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
Best home collection - 34 Boulevard Saint Germain by Diptyque
The Parisian brand Diptyque was awarded the prize for air fresheners/vaporizers thanks to the 34 Boulevard Saint Germain fragrance, which has a floral background with citrus notes and a light touch of woody.
Best collection for bath and body - Aromatherapy by Bath and Body Works
The Bath and Body Works brand won the title of Best Collection for Bath and Body thanks to the launch of its new line Aromatherapy. It has moisturizers, body oils, liquid soaps and perfumes, all of them developed to stimulate different sensations.
Seasonal fragrance for the home - Les Constellations by Diptyque
This is another success of the French brand Diptyque. As a specialist in ambient fragrances, the firm created a seasonal line of scented candles that won the preference of the FiFi Awards juries.
Choice of Consumers (female perfume) - At The Beach by Bath and Body Works
At The Beach perfume created by Bath and Body Works, won the preference of consumers and emerged victorious at the FiFi Awards of 2018. Not only is it known for its affordable price, but its fresh scent gained preference thanks to its notes of jasmine, coconut, pear of Bey and sea salt.
Choice of Consumers (male perfume) - Coach For Men by Coach
Created by the perfume duo Anne Flipo and Bruno Jovanovic, this perfume was chosen as a favorite among the male audience. With marked woody background, the fragrance has delicate fruit notes and hints of spices.
Hall of Fame (Choice of Consumers) - Cucumber Melon by Bath and Body Works
Another fragrance accessible to the pockets. Created by Bath and Body Words, the perfume Cucumber Melon made its way into the Hall of Fame of perfumes thanks to its aroma of cucumber, jasmine, and melon.
Is your favorite perfume on the list? If not, at least you already have an idea of what your next purchase will be.
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