What a powerful room to be in! Last week, The Hollywood Reporter hosted their annual Women in Entertainment event, where A-listers were celebrated for their accomplishments.
From Jennifer Aniston to Tessa Thompson, it was a morning to remember.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the outfits!
Maggie Gyllenhaal sported a summery yellow dress.
Amber Riley was all smiles in a funky patterned dress, which she paired with black heels.
Connie Britton kept it simple with a black jacket, skirt and tall boots.
Susan Kelechi Watson looked gorgeous in a yellow frock.
Jenna Dewan showed off her toned legs in a white dress.
Kelsea Ballerini shined bright in a pink suit. "🎀🤍🥂," she captioned the look.
Jennifer Garner looked chic in a blue dress and tan boots.
Ruth Negga and the HBO star stood out in their bright colors.
Laura and Vanessa Marano looked picture perfect. "I meaaan, my two favorite ways to spend a morning are eating breakfast and celebrating incredible women, so yesterday was perfect ❤️✨💃🏻🥐," Laura captioned some cute photos.
Tia Mowry was pretty in pink!
Selma Blair wore a pin-striped outfit — and brought along her cane! The actress was awarded the Equity in Entertainment Award.
“My story is but one of many. Disability is not a distant monolith. It is an intractable part of our shared humanity. Everyone in this room knows the power of entertainment to create a sense of community. And it is our responsibility, those of us in this room, to do so. By creating more inclusive content, by telling stories that more authentically represent and include all of us, by being allies in our workspace by setting the bar higher for accessibility standards, by living and working in the intersectionality of our collective human experience, we become worthy of the enormous access and influence we have," she said in her speech.
What a year the TV star has had! At the event, Aniston was honored with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award.
“Sherry Lansing, people like to throw around the word ‘trailblazer,’ but in your case, you have blazed a trail for the rest of us to follow,” she said. “The first woman to run a studio, with strings and strings of box office hits and Academy Award-winning films to your name. You truly paved the way for us women to have the voices and the platforms that we have today. And somehow, you remained one of the kindest and most generous people.”