Model Iskra Lawrence and Vanderpump Rules' Stassi Schroeder hit stage at Glamour Women Of Year event
They both appeared at the Glamour Women Of The Year Summit at the Lincoln Center in New York City on Sunday morning.
And Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder and pregnant model Iskra Lawrence both took the chance to suit up, in their version of a two-piece.
Reality star Stassi, 31, wore a business-like beige jacket over a black sweater, sexy black leather shorts and opaque black tights with black and beige high heels.
Red carpet: Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder and model Iskra Lawrence appeared at the Glamour Women Of The Year Summit at the Lincoln Center in NYC on Sunday morning
British model Iskra, 29, who recently announced she and her songwriter beau Philip Payne are expecting their first child, hid her bump under a black rollneck sweater and a pink glittery pants suit.
Stassi talked about her journey from 'bitch' to fan favorite in her panel, titled Go Big: 'I Listened to My Inner A**hole.'
'It's been my experience that women who go after and get what they want are often criticized,' she said. 'Then all of a sudden — in both our culture and in fan reactions — there was a shift. People went from hating me to loving me for the same reasons.
'In season one, people hated the way I spoke. Now I'm praised for my conviction. In season one, people said I was mean and entitled. Now I'm praised for being unapologetically honest.'
Chic style: Stassi, 31, wore a beige jacked over a black sweater and sex black leather shorts plus black opaque tights and matching black and beige shoes
Here's the reality: She talked about her journey from 'bitch' to fan favorite in Vanderpump Rules in her panel, titled Go Big: 'I Listened to My Inner A**hole'
Making it work: 'The qualities some people might characterize as "bitchy" are the same qualities that you might need to forge your own path,' she explained
She ended her speech saying: 'Now I don't want anyone to hear this and think, "I'm going to go be a total b**ch now."
'I'm saying that the qualities some people might characterize as "b***hy" are the same qualities that you might need to forge your own path.
'And if that makes me an 'a**hole,' I'm cool with that. '
Meanwhile, Iskra, 29, introduced the This Is Your Brain on Science panel. The model is an activist for body positivity who challenges the fashion industry to include women of all shapes, sizes and abilities.
She wears it well: British model Iska Lawrence, 29, hid her baby bump under a glittery pink leopard print pants suit
On stage: The 29-year-old introduced the This Is Your Brain on Science panel
Doing it her way: The model is an activist for body positivity who challenges the fashion industry to include women of all shapes, sizes and abilities
The expectant mom, who once battled body dysmorphia and an eating disorder, told Fox News on Friday that she had feared the changes to her body sparked by her pregnancy would bring back her past struggle with eating disorders.
'Any changes in your body that feel out of your control can trigger body image issues or reignite past eating disorders or body dysmorphia,' she said. 'I wondered, would I be scared to watch my body grow?'
But that wasn't the case. 'I feel like my body is not just my home but it’s my baby's home and I want to let it do whatever it needs to make sure it’s the healthiest happiest place for them.'
Mixing and mingling: Iskra chatted to actress Britney Young, 31, best known for her role as wrestler Carmen 'Machu Picchu' Wade in Glow
Unusual style: British actress and activist Jameela Jamil, 33, wore an eye-catching white dress with a thigh-high split and an unusual yellow flash going across her body
Dressed to impress: Busy Philips wore a long line jacket and skirt in red, white and blue
Others at the glitzy event included British actress and activist Jameela Jamil, 33; actress, writer, producer and director Busy Philipps, 40; actress Beanie Feldstein, 26, and actress, producer and activist Judith Light, 70,
Judith was at the event with E. Jean Carroll, a journalist and advice columnist whose Ask E. Jean column has run in Ellle Magazine since 1993. She looked ready to jump on a horse in a white blouse, black jacket, white jodhpurs and black leather riding boots.
The Summit continues on Sunday, ending with the Women Of The Year awards.
Glammed up: Actress Beanie Feldstein, 26, walked the red carpet in a black dress with a silver pattern and puff sleeves plus silver shoes
Fun outfit: Advice Columnist E. Jean Carroll, 75, looked ready to go horse riding in a black jacket, jodhpurs and black leather boots as she posed with actress-producer Judith Light, 70