The stars dazzled in array of bold and bright outfits and lovely lace looks

A host of huge names in showbiz descended on the first-ever Glamour Women of The Year live summit on Monday.

Demi Lovato, Cara Delevingne, Amber Heard , Ariel Winter, Gwen Stefani and Caitlyn Jenner were just some of the famous females who attended the event which also saw hundreds of young women from across the country gather for compelling conversations, powerful storytelling, performances and unscripted dialogues.

Ahead of the event, the stars sashayed up and down the red carpet to pose for pictures.

Cara Delevingne, 24, looked truly sensational in an elegant long black lace dress with cut out panels and long sleeves.

The star wore her blonde hair in loose waves and opted for dark red lipstick and smoky eyes.

Cara’s friend and Johnny Depp’s ex Amber Heard looked radiant in a pale pink halter neck dress that featured a form-fitting body and lace skirt.

Jenna Dewan Tatum was commanding attention in a bright green, floor-skimming dress with cut-out panels on the sides and a silk belt which clinched in her slim waist.

She wore her hair in a sleek down ‘do and finished off the look with sultry, smoky eyes.

Caitlyn Jenner, who won the 2015 Glamour Women of The Year Award, also opted to wear a block colour, making sure she stood out in an eye-popping bright orange number.

Demi Lovato, who swapped up her outfit when she took to the stage, choose to wear a puffball dress which was dotted with black sequins.

But it was Gwen Stefani who really pulled out all the stops in a long, floating tulle pink and black gown.

The singer looked like a princess in the layered design.

Meanwhile, inside the Hollywood venue, actress Lena Dunham slammed “predator” Donald Trump.

“So many women are feeling scared, unsafe, ignored by the fact that somebody who is a predator and who is openly a predator will soon be residing in the White House. That is a terrifying fact that we will have to reckon with every single day,” she said.

While Ariel Winter blasted body-shaming internet trolls, telling the summit: “No matter what we’re wearing, no matter what we’re doing, no matter what happens, we are never asking for it.”