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Jane Lauder Honored at 30th Annual Art of Packaging Gala

It was the 30th year for the Art of Packaging Gala on Tuesday night in New York, and things were getting sentimental.
Marc Rosen, an early graduate of the packaging design master’s program at the Pratt Institute and later created the fragrance and cosmetics packaging course, was taken by surprise first when gifted a pair of Pratt-engraved Tiffany cufflinks by Pratt president Frances Bronet. Later in the evening, he was presented with a citation from Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his work.
Rosen wasn’t the only honoree at Tuesday’s gala, which was held at The University Club. The advertised star of the show was Jane Lauder, global president of Clinique, who inquired about the number of components in Clinique ID packaging — the answer is 25 — over dinner.
“Marc Rosen, you won’t probably remember this, but in the 1980s when I was looking for a job I remember that a friend of the family sent me to Elizabeth Arden to have an interview with you,” said John Demsey, executive group president for the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc. He introduced Jane Lauder, calling her “one of the most extraordinary people I’ve met in my entire career,” and went on to laud her passion, drive and

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