MARIE CLAIRE hosted their annual Future Shapers Awards and After Party in partnership with NEUTROGENA at The Principal London, celebrating trailblazing women who are changing the world of work and redefining what it means to be successful in today’s world.  A celebration to coincide with 30 years of Marie Claire UK, The Future Shapers Awards honoured the worlds of media, fashion, technology, and politics.

Special guests included, Ella Eyre who presented an award to Shrimps creator Hannah Weiland, Gizzi Erskine presented an award to Daisy Kendrick the founder of and CEO of Ocean Generation, Clara Amfo who presented an award to Elizabeth Uviebinené and Yomi Adegoke, the authors of Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible,  Kirsty Gallacher paid a heartfelt tribute to the NHS, who did an amazing job looking after her dad as he collapsed and went into cardiac arrest, she presented the award to Christie Watson, 42, worked as registered nurse for twenty years, Sarah-Jane Mee presented an award to Jodie Comber an actress from Liverpool who is currently starring in the Phoebe Waller-Bridge-penned drama Killing Eve; Jodie couldn’t attend as she was currently filming the second series, she left the following message;  “Such an honor to be alongside all the amazing women at future shapers, thank you Marie Claire for recognising inspirational women and me!”  Kimberly Wyatt and DJ Goldierocks took to the decks during the after party, where guests also enjoyed Red Door Gin cocktails and delicious canapés.