A look back at an inspiring night…
The Irish Tatler Women Of The Year Awards took place on Saturday, October 5th at The Shelbourne Hotel for a night of celebration. Close to three hundred guests were in attendance to champion the Irish women from all walks of life who truly made a remarkable impact in 2019 - and made it look like just another day at the office.
The guestlist included media stars Lorraine Keane, Thalia Heffernan and James Patrice who arrived perfectly on theme and looking no short of fabulous glamour for the exciting night ahead. Sultry, decadent and diverse styles galore soon filled the ballroom (with boujee cocktails in hand) showcasing the incredible diversity and individuality from all at the event.
The awards kicked off with hosts Editor of Irish Tatler Magazine, Sarah Macken and Editor of irishtatler.com, Amy Heffernan. Upon announcing the first couple of winners an overwhelming sense of support and praise from the room became paramount for an overall heart-warming, feel-good mood.
Aside from the adored, delicious beverages, guests were treated to a three-course meal, incredible goodie bags and a chance to win a trip of a lifetime to Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways.
The event spotlighted and praised the inspirational Irish women game-changing all industries and proved how much of a difference one person (particularly a woman) can make. We are such a powerful breed who seem to always, despite prejudice and struggle emerge graciously on top. Whether the winners were familiar faces or fresh to your radar something new was to be learned from each one. Safe to say attendees left with some extra added gusto to their step.
Having a sense of FOMO? We don't blame you! But don't fret as we captured the entire evening just for you. So sit back, relax and watch the highlights from this year's Irish Tatler Women of the Year Awards!
#WOTY19: The Recap
Two weeks on and we're still celebrating The Irish Tatler Women of the Year Awards 2019! Take a look at just a small selecetion of the evening's highlights...Publiée par Irish Tatler sur Vendredi 18 octobre 2019