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Zara McDermott joins a similarly chic Stacey Dooley at the Women In Film And TV Awards


She just released her second documentary Uncovering Rape Culture. 

And Zara McDermott meant business as she arrived at the Hilton on Park Lane in a glittering bronze suit for the 30th Women In Film And TV Awards on Friday. 

She was joined by fellow documentary maker Stacey Dooley at the event, who looked similarly chic in an oversized off-white white trouser suit.  

Stunning: Zara McDermott meant business as she arrived at the Hilton on Park Lane in a glittering bronze suit for the 30th Women in Film and TV Awards on Friday

Chic: She was joined by fellow documentary maker Stacey Dooley at the event, who looked similarly chic in an oversized off-white white trouser suit

Stunning: Zara McDermott meant business in a glittering suit as she joined a similarly chic Stacey Dooley at the 30th Women in Film and TV Awards on Friday

Zara looked gorgeous in the pluging suit that featured a chunky matching belt that showcased her figure. 

She flaunted her beauty as she opted for minimal radiant makeup and emphasised her features with a slick of bronzer and neutral lip gloss. 

The former reality star elongated her legs in a pair of black stilettos as she worked her angles for the camera with her caramel tresses swept away from her face. 

Meanwhile, Stacey looked chic as ever in the off-white suit and open collared shirt which she left unbuttoned daringly low.  

Gorgeous: Zara looked gorgeous in the pluging suit that featured a chunky matching belt that showcased her figure

Gorgeous: Zara looked gorgeous in the pluging suit that featured a chunky matching belt that showcased her figure 

Glowing: She showcased her beauty as she opted for minimal radiant makeup and emphasised her features with a slick of bronzer and neutral lip gloss.

Glowing: She showcased her beauty as she opted for minimal radiant makeup and emphasised her features with a slick of bronzer and neutral lip gloss.

Stacey pulled her red locks up into a sleek ponytail as she painted her eyes with a dark copper shadow. 

She posed with her hands in her pockets and completed her ensemble with a paid of enviable Gucci heels.  

The presenter looked upbeat in the relaxed fit suit as she beamed at onlookers while posing at the event. 

Stylish: The former reality star elongated her legs in a pair of black stilettos as she worked her angles for the camera with her caramel tresses swept away from her face

Stylish: The former reality star elongated her legs in a pair of black stilettos as she worked her angles for the camera with her caramel tresses swept away from her face 

Elegant: Meanwhile, Stacey looked chic as ever in the off-white suit and open collared shirt which she left unbuttoned daringly low

Elegant: Meanwhile, Stacey looked chic as ever in the off-white suit and open collared shirt which she left unbuttoned daringly low 

Beauty: Stacey pulled her red locks up into a sleek ponytail as she painted her eyes with a dark copper shadow.

Beauty: Stacey pulled her red locks up into a sleek ponytail as she painted her eyes with a dark copper shadow.

The annual Women in Film and Television Awards, now in its 30th edition, celebrates the achievements of women in the industry across 14 different categories.

These catergories include Director, Writer, Producer, Business and Contribution to the Medium. 

Nominations for the accolades have not been announced as the Women In Film And TV Awards never releases a shortlist.  

On trend: She posed with her hands in her pockets and completed her ensemble with a paid of enviable Gucci heels

On trend: She posed with her hands in her pockets and completed her ensemble with a paid of enviable Gucci heels 

Chilled out: The presenter looked upbeat in the relaxed fit suit as she beamed at onlookers while posing at the event

Chilled out: The presenter looked upbeat in the relaxed fit suit as she beamed at onlookers while posing at the event 

Chic: The Lost Daughter director Maggie Gyllenhaal looked great in a slouchy grey suit

Chic: The Lost Daughter director Maggie Gyllenhaal looked great in a slouchy grey suit 

Zara recently released her second documentary Uncovering Rape Culture, which saw her speak to teachers, pupils, and journalists about the issue. 

The star recently revealed that boys as young as eleven have sent her explicit messages on social media saying ‘I want to sh*g you’ and telling her to ‘come over now’. 

Acknowledging that they’re just trying it on, or being dared by friends, she said that it’s ‘concerning’, telling the Sun: ‘If they think it’s okay to send it to me, what are they sending to their peers?’ 

Sparkly: Emily Maitlis looked great in a silver dress and white boots

Sparkly: Emily Maitlis looked great in a silver dress and white boots 

Finishing touches: She accessorised with a collection of gold hoop earrings

Finishing touches: She accessorised with a collection of gold hoop earrings 

Event: The annual Women in Film and Television Awards, now in its 30th edition, celebrates the achievements of women in the industry across 14 different categories

Event: The annual Women in Film and Television Awards, now in its 30th edition, celebrates the achievements of women in the industry across 14 different categories

She continued: ‘Working as a fashion model means I’m lucky enough to travel and do glamorous photoshoots, but it’s not lost on me that I am part of an online world of sexual imagery out there for everyone to see. 

I do get a fair amount of young boys from school, They’ll message me the rudest most outlandish, 

‘Most forward things like ‘I want to shag you’ or ‘come to mine now’ and I’m like “Oh my god you’re literally 11-years-old”. 

Gong! Emily Maitlis and Sam McAllister were the winners of The BBC News and Factual Award

Gong! Emily Maitlis and Sam McAllister were the winners of The BBC News and Factual Award

Pose: The pair looked delighted with their awards

Pose: The pair looked delighted with their awards

Up for grabs: Categories include Director, Writer, Producer, Business and Contribution to the Medium

Up for grabs: Categories include Director, Writer, Producer, Business and Contribution to the Medium



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