Tonight, InStyle and Audi will toast a decade of partnership celebrating Australian women of achievement with the annual Women of Style Awards.
For the last 10 years, the InStyle and the Audi Women of Style Awards have honoured the diverse achievements of women from a range of backgrounds including business, charity, technology, environment, sport, science, and design.
Previous winners include Cate Blanchett, Del Kathryn Barton, Ronni Kahn, Elizabeth Broderick, and Melanie Perkins.
Emily Taylor, editor of InStyle, said: “It’s a privilege to shine a light on the achievements of Australian women and share their inspiring stories with an ever-growing audience.
“A decade in, the calibre and reputation of the InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards continues to set them apart, and we look forward to celebrating their tenth anniversary tonight.”
Audi Australia is kicking off the launch of its #DriveProgress communications campaign at this year’s awards night.
Anna Burgdorf, marketing and communications director at Audi Australia, said: “#DriveProgress is about creating more inclusive and perceptive conversations around our brand that help us better connect with our diverse audience.
“Audi has a long history of innovation that defines our brand, and we are delighted that the women we have celebrated, together with InStyle over the past decade, personify this same progressive spirit in such an inspirational way.”
The #DriveProgress campaign begins with a celebration of some of the past InStyle Women of Style winners, recognising where each has driven positive change through their own personal commitment to their respective fields.
New supporting partners for this year’s Women of Style Awards include Goldwell, Veuve Clicquot and Jean Paul Gaultier, with Georg Jensen returning for the fourth year.
Over 200 guests are expected at tonight’s red-carpet awards night, to be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art.