Coty may refer to:

  • François Coty (1874 – 1934), perfume maker and founder of Solidarité Française and Coty, Inc.
  • René Coty (1882 – 1962), President of France
  • Coty, Inc., a beauty products manufacturer
  • Coty Award
  • "COTY" is a common abbreviation for the Car of the Year award

Other articles related to "coty":

François Coty - Personal Life
... Coty and Yvonne had two children, Roland and Christiane ... Despite his marriage, Coty was well known for his numerous mistresses and illegitimate children ... mistress was Henriette Daude, a former Coty shopgirl who bore him five children ...
Neal Coty
... Neal Lee Coty is an American country music artist ... A musician from an early age, Coty has recorded two studio albums, both on divisions of Mercury Records ...
Coty Award
... The Coty American Fashion Critics' Awards (awarded 1943-1984) were first announced in January 1942 by the cosmetics and perfume company Coty, Inc ... Up until its discontinuation in 1985, the Coty Award was considered one of the most prestigious awards in the field of fashion ... Coty's parent company, announced that the Coty Awards would not be continued after that year ...
Coty, Inc. - Manufacturing
... Coty's manufacturing facilities are in Ashford-UK Granollers-Spain Chartres, France Monaco and Sanford, North Carolina, USA ...
Glow By J.Lo
... Jennifer Lopez, and released through Coty Incorporated ... Glow Industries filed a lawsuit against Lopez and Coty to not use the term "Glow", however a judge denied their request ... her 10-year anniversary working with Coty, Inc ...