Women in the World Red Carpet 201203.08.12 6:59 PM ETMarc Bryan-BrownDiane von Furstenberg, Tina Brown and Jane HarmanNewsweek and Daily Beast Editor in Chief Tina Brown joined co-hosts, including fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg and former Congresswoman Jane Harmon, in welcoming guests and delegates to the 2012 Women in the World Summit. Marc Bryan-BrownAngelina JolieTina Brown chats with Academy Award-winning actress and U.N. Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie, who spoke on Dr. Hawa Abdi's brave work to bring health care to Somali refugees. Marc Bryan-BrownHolland TaylorHolland Taylor makes an entrance on night one of the Women in the World Summit. The Broadway actress kicked off day two of the summit with a performance as former Texas Governor Ann Richards. Marc Bryan-BrownTory BurchFashion designer Tory Burch hits the red carpet Friday. In 2010 Burch was named one of Forbes' Most Powerful Women in the World. Marc Bryan-BrownTalia Leman, Author, CEO and founder, RandomkidTalia Leman was among the many admirable women in attendance Friday night. Leman is an author as well as the CEO and founder of Randomkid, an organization that helps teaches kids the skills they need to be leaders and enterpreneurs. Marc Bryan-BrownDebra Messing Award-winning actress Debra Messing shows her support. Marc Bryan-BrownBibi Hokmina and Tina BrownTina Brown greets Bibi Hokmina, an elected member of the provincial council for Eastern Afghanistan's Khost Province. Hokmina spoke to Christian Amanpour about the future of Afghan women following the U.S. military's exit from their country. Lauren Bush LaurenFashion designer Lauren Bush Lauren was among the Summit's co-hosts. During Friday night's welcome, she gave voice to a woman subjected to a virginity test after being arrested for protesting in Tahrir Square. Marc Bryan-BrownNorma KamaliFashion designer Norma Kamali was one of many business leaders in attendance Friday night. Marc Bryan-BrownJudith Rodin and Tina BrownRockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin joins Tina Brown as the Summit begins. As a co-host, Rodin chose to give voice to a woman from eastern Uganda whose family has been plagued by both floods and drought. Marc Bryan-BrownCrystal OgarFeminist blogger Crystal Ogar was all smiles entering the Summit.