Harper’s Bazaar celebrates the 2011 Women of the Year Awards

Harper’s Bazaar UK crowned Sarah Burton the designer of the year for creating Kate Middleton’s iconic wedding dress at the annual Women of the Year Awards last night, and Dame Judi Dench was honoured with the lifetime achievement title – but what other women did the magazine recognise? 

The third annual Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year awards, in association with Estée Lauder and Net-a-Porter, celebrated 15 women that have had a truly remarkable 12 months, including Jessie J, who won Breakthrough of the Year, Helena Bonham Carter, who took Role Model of the Year, Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon, who scooped Businesswoman of the Year and Tom Ford, who was awarded the Man in a Woman’s World accolade.

Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen, Eva Herzigova, Yasmin Le Bon and Cindy Crawford collectively won the Fashion Icons of the Year Award, though we assume their short Girl Panic! film with Duran Duran had something to do with it.

All of the winners are announced in a staggering 56-page spread of interviews and glossy photographs in the December issue of Harper’s Bazaar – out now.

Congratulations to all of last night’s winners! Anyone else feeling a resurrection of Girl Power?

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