So so so obsessed with Rose Byrne in this red animal-print Jonathan Saunders 'Derya' dress. She was perfection while presenting Catherine Martin with "The Fashion Wizard" award. (PS—Martin is a costume and production designer with a Tony Award and two Academy Awards and her husband is director Baz Luhrmann.)
Coco Rocha giving FACE and a major fur vest on the red carpet at the event.
Karlie Kloss looking lovely in black just days before her Victoria's Secret show taping. She presented Natalie Massenet with "The Chairman of Cool" award alongside Oscar de la Renta. Massenet is the Founder and Executive Chairman of The Net-a-Porter Group and her companies sell more than 550 brands across 170 countries.
Ugly Betty's America Ferrera wowed in this LBD.
America also presented Malala Yousafzai with "The Girls’ Hero" award for her work educating young girls after the 16-year-old was shot by the Taliban. Malala is also one of the youngest-ever nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Lily Collins stunned in an embellished, Julian McDonald blush gown while giving Carissa Moore "The Game Changer" award. At just 18, Carissa became the youngest person to win the women’s world surfing championship, and this year the 21-year-old snagged her second world title.
Katie Couric presented Barbra Streisand with "The Legend; Lifetime Achievement Winner" award and here's why: she's America’s best-selling female recording artist, has won two Oscars, five Emmys, eight Grammys, a Tony, a handful of Golden Globes, a Kennedy Center Honor, an American Film Institute Award, and two Peabodys.
You know that bucket list of yours? Time to get on it...
GIRLS star Lena Dunham presented Melinda Gates with "The Advocate" awards for her work with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, one of the world’s largest philanthropic organizations.
I'm honored to include someone I grew up with in this feature: Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, who was presented with this year's "Protector" award by Arianna Huffington. Kaitlin's bravery and quick thinking saved the lives of her first-grade students when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary last year. She has since started her own non-profit organization, Classes 4 Classes.
Supermodel Iman presented fellow models Christy Turlington Burns and Liya Kebede with "The Role Model" award for their foundations: Every Mother Counts (Turlington Burns’) and Kebede’s Liya Kebede Foundation, which supports maternal health care in Ethiopia.
And last, but never least: Lady Gaga. She accepted her "Monster Talent" award (for five Grammy Awards, 23 million albums sold, and more than 40 million Twitter followers) in a demure white suit, crazy crimped hair, powdered face, and stacked heel. Oh Gaga, always the minimalist.