GLAMOUR HONORS ITS 2016 WOMEN OF THE YEAR

Amy Poehler Introduces Bono
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James Corden Remarks
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James Corden Introduces Gwen Stefani
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Rowan Blanchard with Girl Project Girls Introduce Michele Sullivan
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Rowan Blanchard Introduces Amy Poehler
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Anna Wintour Introduces Miuccia Prada
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Dunham, Pinto, Sidibe, Heard Introduce Michele Dauber
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Lena Dunham Introduces Pinto, Sidibe, Heard
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Keke Palmer Remarks
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Yara Shahidi Introduces Zendaya
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Shonda Rhimes Introduces Garza Tometi Cullors
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Joe Jonas Introduces Ashley Graham
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Laura Dern Introduces Christine Lagarde
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Rashida Jones Introduces Nadia Murad
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Mindy Kaling Introduces Simone Biles
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Cindi Leiv Introduces Mindy Kaling
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Connie Anne Phillips Introduces Cindi Leiv
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Tracee Ellis Ross & Connie Anne Phillips
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Women Celebrate Hilary Clinton
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MIUCCIA PRADA, GWEN STEFANI, CHRISTINE LAGARDE, ZENDAYA, AND SIMONE BILES WERE AMONG THE BOLD ACHIEVERS CELEBRATED AT LOS ANGELES AWARDS CEREMONY
LAX Pylons Lit Up in Glamour Pink in Honor of Women of the Year

LOS ANGELES—November 14, 2016: Glamour held its 2016 Women of the Year awards ceremony tonight at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles. At the preeminent awards ceremony that celebrates women’s achievements, Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive honored innovators and newsmakers from across the worlds of entertainment, fashion, politics, business, and more. Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross opened the awards ceremony, which recognized Olympic gymnast Simone Biles; Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi; Stanford sexual assault survivor Emily Doe; model and body activist Ashley Graham; International Monetary Fund Managing Director and Lifetime Achievement winner Christine Lagarde; anti-ISIS activist Nadia Murad; designer Miuccia Prada; singer and style icon Gwen Stefani; actress and activist Zendaya; and Glamour’s first Man of the Year, Bono. The evening also featured a star-studded list of presenters including Mindy Kaling, James Corden, Shonda Rhimes, Amy Poehler, Amber Heard, Lena Dunham, Freida Pinto, Gabby Sidibe, Rowan Blanchard, Joe Jonas, Laura Dern, Rashida Jones, Anna Wintour, Yara Shahidi, Keke Palmer, Elizabeth Banks, Constance Wu, Adam Scott, Chelsea Handler and musical guest, Demi Lovato. L’Oréal Paris returned as the title sponsor of the awards for the 15th consecutive year.

“In this historic year for women, Glamour is proud to honor these wonderful and wildly diverse trailblazers,” said Leive. “Each honoree, including our first-ever Man of the Year, Bono, is changing the conversation and the culture, and making life better not just for herself—or himself!—but for all women.”

*For edited B-roll footage and images from Glamour’s 2016 Women of the Year LIVE summit and Women of the Year Awards, please visit: http://www.epklink.com/glamourwoty2016

The award ceremony was livestreamed on Facebook and Twitter in partnership with Condé Nast Entertainment. To watch, please visit facebook.com/glamour and twitter.com/glamourmag.

For the first time, Microsoft Office presented the “Made for Achieving Award” at the ceremony. The award is designed to empower young women who are on their way to achieving the extraordinary. Yasmine El Baggari was honored for launching Voyaj, an online platform that matches hosts and travelers worldwide, providing meaningful exchanges and dissolving stereotypes.

As a part of the Women of the Year celebration, LAX’s pylons lit up in Glamour pink to symbolize the millions of women around the world who continue to break barriers.

Glamour’s Women of the Year Advisory Board, composed of past honorees, helped select the 2016 Women of the Year, who are also featured in the December issue of Glamour, on national newsstands now. For more information, visit Glamour.com/woty.

Follow the conversation from the awards on social media using @glamourmag and #GlamourWOTY.

About Glamour:

Glamour is one of the biggest fashion and beauty magazine brands, reaching an all-time high of one out of eight American women, with 10 million print readers and 15 million unique users online. Glamour has received a record number of National Magazine Awards, including Magazine of the Year, honoring print and digital excellence, and General Excellence for its category. Its content is available in an iPad edition, apps, podcasts, and books — including two New York Times bestsellers. In 2013 Glamour launched its video channel, which now boasts 49 video series and has received substantial critical accolades, including a 2014 National Magazine Award for Video and 2 Television Academy honors. With a robust social strategy across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat and Pinterest, Glamour’s total social media footprint is 131 million touchpoints.

About Condé Nast:

Condé Nast is a premier media company renowned for producing the highest quality content for the world’s most influential audiences. Attracting more than 100 million consumers across its industry-leading print, digital and video brands, the company’s portfolio includes some of the most iconic titles in media: Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Brides, Self, GQ, GQ Style, The New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler, Allure, Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, Epicurious, Wired, W, Golf Digest, Golf World, Teen Vogue, Ars Technica, The Scene, Pitchfork and Backchannel. The company’s newest division, Condé Nast Entertainment, was launched in 2011 to develop film, television and premium digital video programming.

For more information, please visit condenast.com and follow @CondeNast on Twitter.

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