Last night's annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards drew out a crowd of women as diverse as they are talented. The roster? Honourees like Girls' Lena Dunham and Olympian Gabby Douglas mingled at NYC's Carnegie Hall alongside industry heavyweights like Anna Wintour and Jenna Lyons (we have to wonder, how often does that happen?). It was a meeting of brilliant minds, but also an opportunity for amazing fashion. Attendees glammed up to celebrate their peers, like UNICEF ambassador Selena Gomez, who stepped out in a ladylike Giambattista Valli sheath, and Solange Knowles, who brought her brand of styling via a bold printed sheath. Click on to see who wore what — then be sure to tell us your pick for best dressed in the comments.
Glamour US is hosting its annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards in NYC today and plenty of A-list stars have made their way to Carnegie Hall for the celebration. Selena Gomez, the magazine’s December issue cover girl, was one of the first to hit the red carpet, and it’s her first public event since news broke that she had split with Justin Bieber. The celebrity guests include Lena Dunham, Cynthia Nixon, Solange Knowles, Chelsea Handler, Chelsea Clinton, Tyra Banks and more — stay tuned as we bring you all the red carpet shots.
High-profile women from the acting, music and fashion industry gathered at Berkeley Square Gardens in London last night for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. Kylie Minogue was one of the ladies to receive an honour, and she was recognised for her work with the outstanding contribution award — the pop star, who celebrated her birthday on Monday, dedicated her win to her mother, grandmother, and sister Dannii Minogue in her speech. Lea Michele, in a navy Zac Posen gown, picked up the award for TV actress and enjoyed her night with breakthrough artist winner Lily Collins. Jessica Alba also took home an honour for entrepreneur of the year. Naomi Watts took to the stage to present an award to fashion designer of the year Donatella Versace, and said Versace clothes make you feel “a million bucks.” Other stars in attendance included Lily Allen, Eva Longoria and Jessie J. See all the style details on Fab and all the beauty up close on Bella.
The Glamour Women of the Year Awards are always a fun and fashionable event — and this year was no exception! Held at Berkeley Square Gardens in London overnight, British-based celebrities such as Fearne Cotton, Lily Collins, Kelly Brook and Jessie J were joined by international beauties Jessica Alba, Kylie, Lea Michele, Eva Longoria and Naomi Watts making for one stuper-stylish soirée. Check out all of the beauty looks up close including Lily Allen's beehive, Jessie J's peach talons, Jessica Alba's flawless skin and Kylie's shimmering eye.
The US version of Glamour magazine held its annual Women of the Year Awards in NYC today, which honours and celebrates 21 young women who are making a difference in the world. Mingling with the recipients were some A-list stars, including Glamour’s December cover girl and Woman of the Year Jennifer Lopez, who showed lots of leg in a dress with a thigh-high split. Lea Michele was also presented an award by her friend and Glee co-star Jonathan Groff, who got quite overwhelmed as he talked about her achievements. Jennifer Aniston, in a low-cut black dress, attended with boyfriend Justin Theroux, and posed for some snaps with her BFF Chelsea Handler, while Jessica Alba showed off her slender post-baby body in a sequinned number. Emma Stone, Kerry Washington, Marc Jacobs and Barbara Walters were also among the talent.
A few of our Hollywood favourites met up across the pond yesterday to celebrate Glamour's Women of the Year Awards. Among the standouts at the London gathering, we spotted Keri Hilson in a body-con grey sheath and black booties, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in a slinky Stella McCartney gown, and Kristen Stewart rocking a favourite — a strapless Balmain mini and sky-high Giuseppe Zanotti heels. Stylish lady Kristen Wiig showed off a vintage-inspired style in a J. Mendel gown, while Kim Kardashian opted for a curve-hugging Dolce & Gabbana and some eye-catching jewels. Now it's time to pick favourites — who was the most fab on the night?
While nude nails ruled the CFDA Awards, we were thoroughly pleased to see celebs bust out the bold and bright manis at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. Jessie J and Ellie Goulding rocked coloured tips in gold and neon pink, Kristen Stewart and Daisy Lowe sported metallic blues and Fearne Cotton showed that a good classic red works wonders. Plus the French mani seems to be making a comeback — it's the third time we've spotted it on the red carpet this week!
The Brits (with a few Hollywood A-listers thrown in for good measure) showcased their best in beauty at the 2011 Glamour Women of the Year Awards today. Kristen Stewart — pictured here with Garrett Hedlund — went with a classic brown smoky eye, while singer Jessie J and radio presenter Fearne Cotton both switched up their hairstyles. Matthew Morrison channelled geek chic, Kim Kardasian worked a sleek and slick up 'do and there were plenty of arty manicures in the house — stay tuned for more — but for now, have a scroll through our gallery and tell us which celeb had the best beauty look!
The past few days have given up a hoard of head turning red carpet looks. After Monday's mad-cap MTV Movie Awards and yesterday's CFDA Fashion Awards, today we're skipping across the pond for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London! Apart from Breaking Dawn hottie Kristen Stewart and Rosie Huntington-Whitely both backing up from the MTV red carpet, there were a slew of stylish Brit-sters on hand. Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe, Jessie J, Eliza Doolittle, Paloma Faith and Ellie Goulding all showed how fabulously eclectic the UK style scene is.
The UK version of Glamour magazine held their annual Women of the Year Awards at Berkeley Square Gardens in London today. The event recognises talent in a variety of categories ranging from acting to designing. After a successful MTV Movie Awards on Monday, Kristen Stewart flew in from LA for a presenting stint at the Glamour Awards, where she took to the stage to present Tron star Garrett Hedlund with the man of the year honours. Kim Kardashian, the magazine’s best-selling cover girl this year, won for entrepreneur of the year, and Dannii Minogue took home TV personality of the year for the third time, but unfortunately her Australia’s Got Talent commitments meant she couldn’t be there in person to accept the award. British export Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was among the many UK personalities on the red carpet and received the editor’s special award. See a full list of the winners after the jump, and be sure to vote on FabSugar and BellaSugar’s fashion and beauty polls!