The Clio Image Awards Gets a Bigger Platform as It Joins the Main Show

Jury announced for 2016 fashion and beauty honors

The Clio Image Awards, celebrating the best in fashion and beauty advertising, will now be part of the main Clio Awards presentation honoring outstanding achievement in global marketing and communications. The awards gala is set for Sept. 28, 2016, in New York at a venue to be determined.

Combining the shows will provide an elevated platform for the Clio Image Awards, which previously had a separate ceremony.

"When we launched Clio Image in 2013, it was a first-of-its-kind competition started from a need to highlight the fantastic work coming out of the beauty and fashion industries," said CLIO president Nicole Purcell. "In the last two years, the program has continued to grow, and we want to ensure its success with an iconic platform like the CLIO Awards."

There are also two new Clio Image categories for 2016: Social Media and Photography. The first entry deadline is Jan. 29, 2016, with onsite judging set for May in New York.

In addition, entries for next year's Clio Image Awards will be judged by a split jury of industry experts: one panel for Prestige and another for Mass submissions. (The first covers luxury products, the latter mid-market goods.)

Here's the 2016 Clio Image jury:


Avery Baker, chief marketing and brand officer, Tommy Hilfiger

Danielle Bennison-Brown, director of video content, Condé Nast Publications Ltd.

Laurent Boury, vice president of marketing, Luxottica

Olivier Rose Van Doorne, president and worldwide creative director, SelectNY

Susan Duffy, chief marketing officer, Stuart Weitzman

Edward Enninful, fashion and style director, W Magazine

James Gager, svp/group creative director, MAC Cosmetics & Jo Malone Worldwide

Cori Galpern, svp global communication, Tom Ford International

Nathalie Hüni, executive creative director, TBWA DAN Paris

Jimmy Moffat, founder and managing director, Art + Commerce

Kristen Naiman, vice president of brand creative, Kate Spade

Brian Phillips, founder, Black Frame

Lisa Pomerantz, svp, global communications and marketing, Michael Kors


Hans Dorsinville, evp and senior creative director, Laird + Partners

Joe Feczko, svp of integrated marketing, Macy's

Jill Friedson, associate publisher, marketing and business development, Allure

Piera Gelardi, executive creative director, Refinery29

Melisa Goldie, chief marketing officer, Calvin Klein

Michael Ian Kaye, partner/ecd, Mother NY and founder, Mother Design

Dan LaCivita, CEO, Firstborn

Johanna Langford, vice president of marketing creative, J. Crew

Kin Ying Lee, chief creative officer, Lucky Brand

Chris Lindner, president, Keds USA

Matthew McCarthy, senior director of brand development, Unilever

Todd Waterbury, chief creative officer, Target

Ivan Wicksteed, svp and global chief marketing officer, Old Navy

(Adweek and the Clio Awards are both owned by affiliates of Mediabistro Holdings LLC.)