Ora named Best Musician at Woman of the Year awards

Ora named Best Musician at Woman of the Year awards

Rita Ora was named Best Musician at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards last night.

The 'R.I.P' singer was among a host of celebrities who picked up trophies at the ceremony - held at Claridge's Hotel in London - which celebrates the achievements of women in the worlds of art, fashion, film and music.

'Skyfall' star Naomi Harris, 37, took home the coveted award for British Actress, while Victoria Beckham was handed a Special Contribution to British Fashion prize.

The fashion designer was accompanied on the red carpet by her 14-year-old son, Brooklyn.

Ora named Best Musician at Woman of the Year awards

The Rolling Stones' singer Mick Jagger was also at the party, supporting his fashion designer partner, L'Wren Scott, who picked up the Tastemaker prize.

Ora named Best Musician at Woman of the Year awards

After the ceremony, Rita and Jourdan Dunn, who picked up an award for her modelling, carried on the celebrations at the afterparty, also held at Claridge's.

The full list of winners at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards 2013

Gillian Anderson - Television Icon

Victoria Beckham - Special Contribution to British Fashion

Cate Blanchett - International Actress

Jourdan Dunn - Model

Idris Elba - Man of the Year

Livia Firth - Green Award

Frida Giannini - International Designer

Naomie Harris - British Actress

Aerin Lauder - Businesswoman

Rita Ora - Musician

JK Rowling - Inspiration

L'Wren Scott - Tastemaker

The creators, producers and cast of 'Downton Abbey' - Special Contribution

Natalia Vodianova - Philanthropist

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