It was so inspiring to attend GLAMOUR’s Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall last night and celebrate achievements of women from all walks of life including entertainment, fashion, politics and business.
Amy Schumer opened the awards ceremony which recognized Victoria Beckham, Misty Copeland, Elizabeth Holmes, Caitlyn Jenner, Cecile Richards, Reese Witherspoon, the Women of Charleston, and the U.S. women’s national soccer team.
Here are some of the evening’s best moments captured on Instagram.
Power women took the stage.
The brilliant Elizabeth Holmes adressed female entrepreneurship.
Elizabeth Holmes: The Entreprenuer. #GlamourWOTY25 . ?: @gettyimages A photo posted by Glamour Magazine (@glamourmag) on
Caitlyn Jenner spoke about becoming herself.
Victoria Beckham got an on-stage hug from son Brooklyn.
Thank you @brooklynbeckham for making last night so special for me.I love u and I’m so proud of u x vb #GlamourWOTY25 A photo posted by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on
Reese Weetherspoon opened up conversation about ambition.
Madeleine Albright reminded us about the importance of helping each other.
“There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women” Madeleine Albright at Women of the Year Awards @glamourmag ❤️ A video posted by Miroslava Duma (@miraduma) on
Jared Leto dyed his hair in support of #EveryWomanCan campaign!
Lupita N’yongo shared her take on #EveryWomanCan campaign.
#EveryWomanCan “lift up another woman.” – @LupitaNyongo #GlamourWOTY25 (? by @gettyimages) A photo posted by Glamour Magazine (@glamourmag) on
Gorgeous dinner setting.
Blogger Chriselle Lim posted her takeaways from the night.
Left the #GlamourWOTY25 awards completely speechless. The emotions that were shared tonight by these inspiring women stirred and moved my heart. Here are a few take aways from tonight – 1. Forgiveness is power – in other words don’t waste your time and energy on hate. 2. There is power in a squad- in other words surround yourself with supportive like minded people. Yall can move mountains together. 3. There’s a place in hell reserved for women who don’t support other women- in other words support your peers and don’t be a hater! Besides the fact that I had running mascara all night, thank you @glamourmag for having me and for the endless inspiration tonight. Forever touched . And a big thank you to @maisonvalentino for the dress of my lace dreams ? #everywomancan A photo posted by Chriselle Lim (@chrisellelim) on