Powerful Women in their Extravagant Style at Power of Women

The sixth Annual Power of Women luncheon was held on 10th of October at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel by ‘Variety.” Top celebrities of Hollywood attended the luncheon at the Power of Women event in their most extravagant style. Jennifer Lopez, Reese Witherspoon, and Jane Fonda were some of the powerful women who were honored by “Variety” were present at the luncheon party.

Jennifer Lopez, a powerful and self-assured woman in showbiz appeared in a short and appealing long-sleeved red and black dress. She was looking just stunning and gorgeous. Jennifer and her sister Lynda formed Lopez Family Foundation in 2009, for the benefit of improving healthcare for women and children. It is an admirable work and should be honored.

Powerful Women in their Extravagant Style at Power of Women

Reese Witherspoon, another honoree was dressed in a red and black floral lace dress by Dolce and Gabbana was looking marvelous. Reese always helps other women and she owns Bruna Papandrea and Pacific Standard, a production company that helps other women. She also works with Malala Yousafzia to create more opportunities for women.

Jane Fonda, another honoree who appeared in a black classic pants suit looked eye-catching. She founded the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential in 1994, which deal cases on teen pregnancies. Its task now includes fitness and healthcare for women. She even set up the Grady Teen Clinic.

Actor Viola Davis was the fourth honoree who looked so glowing and bright in her pale green knee-length dress, paired with black pumps. She grew up in a low middle class family and she aims to help others who are less fortunate and under privileged. Her goal is to end childhood hunger and she strives hard on it.

The last honoree was Donna Langley, the chairperson of Universal Pictures, whose ambition is to help others. She operates the nonprofit organization, Vital Voices, which aids women to obtain leadership jobs.

 
 
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