Clarke received the actress of the year award while Ortega, 21, was awarded the breakthrough gong. England footballer Russo won sportsperson of the year award.
Image:Emilia Clarke won the actress of the year award, presented by Olivia Colman at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year
Actresses Emilia Clarke and Jenna Ortega were among the winners at this year’s Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards.
Clarke, 37, received the actress of the year award while Ortega, 21, was awarded the breakthrough gong for her role in the hit Netflix series Wednesday.
Meanwhile, England and Arsenal footballer Alessia Russo, who scored a goal for the Lionesses during the semi-finals of this year’s World Cup, won the sportsperson gong.
Alessia Russo with her sportsperson of the year award
“I’m just a football player but this, I guess, comes with the job now,” she said.
“It’s amazing, for women’s football, to see how far it’s grown and where the game is today and how we’re pushing it forward.
“If we’re inspiring the next generation we’re doing the right thing.”
Barbie actress and filmmaker Emerald Fennell won the director of the year award for her films, which include Promising Young Woman and Saltburn – set for release later in the month.
Speaking at the event, she said: “I mean there’s nothing in the world that I love more than women.
“It’s just a real pleasure to be in a room with so many people I admire and it’s just such an honour and a thrill.”
Emerald Fennell won director of the year presented by Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Musician Janelle Monae received the musician award for her album The Age Of Pleasure which was released this year.
Janelle Monae who won the musician of the year award
Serbian artist Marina Abramovic, whose work is currently being exhibited at the Royal Academy Of Arts, took home the artist award while bestselling author Maggie O’Farrell received the writer award.
Marina Abramovic won the artist of the year award, presented by Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall
The recipient of the philanthropist gong was actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for UNHCR, the UN refugee agency.
Meanwhile Patsy Stevenson, who was arrested while taking part in the Sarah Everard vigil in 2021, received the campaigner award.
Other winners included Tory Burch, who was given the designer award and actress Camille Cottin, who took home the editor’s choice award.
Stars including Sex And The City actress Kim Cattrall, Oscar-winner Olivia Colman and King Kong’s Naomi Watts presented awards at the fashion magazine’s annual ceremony, which took place at Claridge’s Hotel in London on Tuesday.