Women from all sorts of nationalities, backgrounds and career perspectives convened this weekend to honor the first Women in the World summit hosted by the Daily Beast. Bringing together such reputable women such as Diane von Furstenberg, Hillary Clinton and actress Meryl Streep, the summit aimed to be a celebration of women’s progress in the world as well as promoting womens rights issues from all around the world.
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The Women in the Summit featured many of such professional looks, from the business suit and diamond bracelet worn by Madeline Albright in her interview with Barbara Walters to the long decorative necklaces worn by Meryl Streep. Streep meanwhile performed in the debut of a play, “Seven”, written specifically for the summit, alongside actress Marcia Gay Harden. Secretary-of-State Hillary Clinton introduced the play, saying “It’s not only that women’s rights are human’s rights, but women’s progress is human progress.”