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Glamour Women of the Year

Also Maxim, CosmoGirl!, MTV and Teen Vogue

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- 2007 Glamour Women of the Year Awards sponsored by L'Oreal Paris were held at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center on Nov. 5. From left: Anne Talley, senior VP-marketing, L'Oreal Paris; Carol J. Hamilton, president, L'Oréal Paris; actress Jennifer Garner, Glamour Women of the Year Winner and December Cover Model; Cindi Leive, editor-in-chief, Glamour; Bill Wackermann, VP-publisher, Glamour.

From left: Anne Talley, senior VP-marketing, L'Oreal Paris; Carol J. Hamilton, president, L'Oréal Paris; Abigail Breslin, Glamour's first Girl of the Year Award Winner; Cindi Leive, editor-in-chief, Glamour; Bill Wackermann, VP-publisher, Glamour..

From left: Bill Wackermann,VP-publisher, Glamour; Cindi Leive, editor-in-chief, Glamour; author Toni Morrison, Glamour Women Of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award Winner; Carol J. Hamilton, president, L'Oreal Paris.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- OK! Magazine, along with Canon Powershot, was co-sponsor of the Rising Stars program at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 19-21. From left: OK! Publisher Tom Morrissy with 2007 Rising Star Mentor Alec Baldwin.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) On Nov. 8, Maxim and Blender hosted SoCo Legendary Nights at the Blender Theater at Gramercy. From left: Blender Advertising Director Hugh Jamieson, Southern Comfort National Brand Manager Laura Petry, Allison Pierce, Southern Comfort VP-President, Americas Brand Director Campbell Brown, Catherine Pierce and Maxim Advertising Director Anthony Flaccavento.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- In March, CosmoGIRL! magazine and The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) teamed up for the second annual CosmoGIRL! Born to Lead Design Search. The winner, Pailin Nitibhon from Berkeley Heights, NJ, received a $10,000 grant from Macy's and a partnership with Necessary Objects to produce a fashion collection that will be sold at select Macy's stores on the East Coast, with her very own window at Macy's Herald Square. From left: CosmoGIRL! VP-publisher Kristine Welker; Pailin Nitibhon; Ady Gluck-Frankel, president-design director,Necessary Objects; CosmoGIRL! Editor-in-Chief Susan Schulz; CosmoGIRL! Creative Director Jacqueline Azria-Palombo.

BURBANK (AdAge.com) -- "Today Show's" Maria Menounos visited Providence HS on Oct. 25 to announce the launch of the "Take Action One Cup" - a philanthropic partnership between Channel One News and Maria's organization "Take Action Hollywood!". Ms. Menounos began her career as a Channel One News correspondent. From left: Tammy Nelson, Alloy Media & Marketing; Maria Menounos; Providence HS teacher Joseph Ingraffia; Keven Undergaro; and attending Providence High School Sophomore and Senior students.

HOLLYWOOD (AdAge.com) -- Complex magazine and Harley-Davidson Motorcycles hosted a private event and fashion show during LA Fashion Week at BOULEVARD3. From left: Moksha Fitzgibbons, associate publisher,Complex; Travis Barker; pro action sports athlete Rick Thorne; Donna Parker, project manager, Harley-Davidson MotorClothes; Stephanie Newland, media supervisor, Carmichael Lynch.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Over 500 students, ages 16-22, traveled to New York to take courses from fashion's heavy-hitters at the second annual Teen Vogue Fashion University. The event attracted students from 49 states and 8 countries. Instructors included some of the fashion industries household names such as Vera Wang, Tim Gunn, Tommy Hilfiger, Cynthia Rowley, Phillip Lim and many others. From left: Teen Vogue VP-Publisher Gina Sanders, designer Tommy Hilfiger, Teen Vogue Editor in chief, Amy Astley.

The MySpace and MTV Dialogue series allowed a national at-home audience the opportunity to respond to candidate's answers instantaneously -- with that feedback piped back into the discussion and used to shape its direction -- as well as the ability to pose questions in real-time, via MySpaceIM and ChooseOrLose.com. From left: Ian Rowe, VP-strategic parnerships and public affairs; Christina Norman, president of MTV; Illinois Senator Barack Obama; Jeff Berman, MySpace senior VP-public affairs; and Liba Rubenstein, MySpace manager-public affairs.
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