Jean Paul Gaultier Fragrances to Receive Corporate Impact Award

Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances are set to be honored with the prestigious Corporate Impact Award in recognition of their commitment to sustainability and social responsibility within the fragrance industry.

Known for their iconic scents and bold, avant-garde designs, Jean Paul Gaultier has also made significant strides in minimizing their environmental impact through sustainable sourcing practices and eco-friendly packaging materials.

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The Eagle, a gay bar owned by Derek Danton and Robert Berk at 554 West 28th Street, will receive the Community Impact Award.

Model, photographer, filmmaker, and housemate Richie Shazam will give the Jean Paul Gaultier team the Corporate Impact Award. Beauté Prestige International, the perfume division of Shiseido, relinquished control of the Gaultier fragrance brand to Puig, a Spanish fashion and fragrance company, in 2016.

Special appearances by cast members of RuPaul’s “Drag Race” season 16, including Nymphia Wind, Plane Jane, Q and Sapphira Cristál, and a performance by Emmy-nominated performer Tituss Burgess will round out the evening.

This accolade serves as a testament to the brand’s dedication to making a positive impact on both the environment and society, setting a commendable example for other companies within the industry to follow suit.

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