The Top Ten Best Dressed from Glamour's Women of the Year Awards

Last night we headed over to Carnegie Hall for a night of inspiration, heart-warming speeches and, most importantly, girl power. For those of you who don't know, we are of course talking about Glamour's Women of the Year awards. The annual event, which honors extraordinary women, this year doled out awards to the year's standout stars--from the most talked about songstresses like Lea Michele and J.Lo to the visionaries who truly changed the world, such as Egypt's "Facebook Girl" and Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, as well as legends like feminist Gloria Steinem. While the there were too many wise words to count (Arianna Huffington reminding us that "failure is just a stepping stone to success," Gloria Steinem assuring us that there is life after 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, "life is just one big surprise") we've managed to at least narrow down the night's best dressed. Though with ladies as remarkable as these, that too was a challenge. Click through to see the best dressed from the night.
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Last night we headed over to Carnegie Hall for a night of inspiration, heart-warming speeches and, most importantly, girl power. For those of you who don't know, we are of course talking about Glamour's Women of the Year awards. The annual event, which honors extraordinary women, this year doled out awards to the year's standout stars--from the most talked about songstresses like Lea Michele and J.Lo to the visionaries who truly changed the world, such as Egypt's "Facebook Girl" and Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, as well as legends like feminist Gloria Steinem. While the there were too many wise words to count (Arianna Huffington reminding us that "failure is just a stepping stone to success," Gloria Steinem assuring us that there is life after 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, "life is just one big surprise") we've managed to at least narrow down the night's best dressed. Though with ladies as remarkable as these, that too was a challenge. Click through to see the best dressed from the night.
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Last night we headed over to Carnegie Hall for a night of inspiration, heart-warming speeches and, most importantly, girl power. For those of you who don't know, we are of course talking about

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Emma Stone in Lanvin

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Glamour's Editor in Chief Cindi Leive

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Lea Michele in Jenny Packham

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Liya Kebede

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Gloria Steinem

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Tory Burch in Tory Burch

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Chelsea Handler in Stella McCartney

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Jessica Alba in Tory Burch

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Donatella Versace in Versace