Glamour Magazine Honors the 2009 Women of the Year

Glamour Magazine hosted their annual Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall in NYC last night and I must say, the women looked absolutely fabulous on the carpet and accepting their awards. There were so many beautiful, inspiring, and brilliant women taking the podium to accept their honors, including: Rihanna, who looked absolutely gorgeous in a stunning over-the-top gown by Stephane Rolland; Serena “I’d kill for her arms” Williams, in Pamela Rolland; Singer Estelle, Actress Gabourey Sidibe, and Actress Kerry Washington, who looked radiant in an elegant and demure Fendi dress.

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Check out more pictures from the red carpet and inside the event in the gallery below. Gallery includes: Tyra Banks, Dr. Maya Angelou, Iman, Stylist and Author June Ambrose, American Foreign Policy Advisor Susan Rice, and more.


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  • Dr. Robert Howard MD November 14, 2009, 2:46 pm

    I don’t know who it was whom was responsible for the video compilation and editing of the wide variety of women honored in this fete’ but I have to say it was one of the most seamless operations and reflections of high quality video and editing skills I have ever had the good fortune to see. Whomever you hired to put this video effort together should be provided with the highest of honors and thanks and for any future endeavors Glamour would be foolish to allow this project to go to another person. This kind of quality and presentation is acquired only through the years of experience and deeply rooted realization of what quality video looks and sounds like. I don’t know how much you paid this person…but it wasn’t enough. You had a President at this event and a broad range of women of extraordinary depth and worliness and this person in charge of video captured that very essence in every scenario. Quite simply you should be on your knees thanking this person for what was the success of the actual program peple experienced once they walked into this theater…because that is what matters…the rest is window dressing. Those present and those honored were done so in a highly professional and extraordinary application of skill and acute video acumen.
    Dr. Robert Howard