Suzy Dickerson from Bountiful has been selected as a semi-finalist in Revlon's third annual Unforgettable Women Contest. A total of 51 semi-finalists were selected from entries across the country - one from each state and the District of Columbia. Dickerson will go on to compete for the grand prize title, which includes $25,000 and the chance to appear in a Revlon advertisement. This summer, nine finalists will be chosen and flown to New York City for judging.

- Mary Kay Cosmetics Inc. has awarded Cindy Sybrowsky of Taylorsville the free use of a pink Cadillac. As one of the company's top achievers, Sybrowsky was awarded the use of the car in recognition of leadership and sales achievements.Although the company awards more than $6 million in prizes ranging from exotic vacations to diamond rings, the use of the famous pink Cadillac remains a favorite among the sales force.

The company manufactures and distributes more than 200 premium skin, hair, body and nail care products, as well a glamour, sun protection and fragrance items.

- The 1991 award winners for distinguished support of Chicago fashion were announced recently by the Apparel Industry Foundation Inc. The awards will be presented on June 11 at the Chicago Hilton and Towers.

Winners are:

Beauty and hair care: Bettiann Gardner of Soft Sheen Products Inc.

Public relations: Margie Korshak.

Cultural affairs: Lois Weisberg, commissioner, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Chicago.

Retailing: Gail Zomick of Village Set Inc.

Designer of the Year nominees: Julie Laurie, Mark Heister, Patricia Rhodes, Peggy Martin and Yolanda Lorente.

Apparel Industry Board Inc.: Marsha Anderle of Caron Inc.

Special Award: Henry Kim of Korex Enterprises Inc.

- For the first time, a sports and fitness company joins the ranks with acclaimed designers such as Bob Mackie, Georges Marciano/Guess? Inc. and James Galanos. On April 27, the Otis/Parsons Critics Awards Fashion Show honored NIKE Inc. as the recipient of the 1991 Design Achievement Award for its design excellence of high-performance products, technological innovation, diverse graphics, global video imagery and award-winning advertising.

The fashion show is Otis/Parson's major fund-raising event, traditionally raising over a quarter of a million dollars in scholarship support for students.

- Compiled by Richard P. Christenson/Deseret News fashion coordinator