Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit

Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit

Last night kicked off the Women in the World Summit (today Hillary Clinton speaks!) and lovely, lively ladies gathered to discuss solutions that advance women and girls. Usually we talk about the good, the bad and the ugly… But today it's all good.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit

The radiant designer Diane Von Furstenberg wears a graphic black and white coat. Model/designer Lauren Bush rocks an adorable Wednesday Addams dress and her signature Feed bag. Actress/director/producer Deborra-Lee Furness also embraces black and white with snazzy shoes.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit

Lightening things up: CBS This Morning co-host Norah O'Donnell; TV host/author/foreign policy expert Rula Jebreal. (If you don't know Jebreal's story, check it out here. Orphanage to masters in journalism.)

Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit

Donna Karan glows in classic black; Meryl Streep dazzles in deep blue.

Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit
Advertisement

Suiting suits them: America Ferrera's hot, high-waisted pencil skirt is the business; Christiane Amanpour, legend, accessorizes an animal pattern jacket with a smile.

Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit
Advertisement

Finally: Our Lady of Divine Mercy, Saint Angelina, in Christ-like robes. Come to save us all.

Illustration for article titled Enlightened Ladies Look Fab at the Women In The World Summit
Advertisement

Hi Tina Brown and Meryl!

Images via Getty.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

mehblahpfft
MehBlahPfft

Because of course you'd wear that, Angelina. Of. Course. I like you girl; you're good people and you do good things, but I very much get the impression that if you farted in those billowy robes you would appreciatively sniff them later.

Also, Lauren Bush's get-up has inspired me to ask a question that has been plaguing me: what do we think of the revival of the Peter Pan collar?