Kerri-Anne sets the bar high with mini and knee-high boots at ladies lunch

Kerri-Anne Kennerley.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley on an episode of Hard Chat with Tom Gleeson. Image: YouTube/TheWeekly

Kerri-Anne Kennerley knows how to command attention even while amongst a crowd of her peers.

The Australian television personality, who just recently turned 64, was a standout amongst the many fabulously frock-up faces who attended the Australian Women’s Weekly Qantas Women of the Future Awards.

She looked bright and bubbly in a mint coloured jacket, short skirt and knee-high boots, all teamed with an oversized tote bag.

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There were plenty of other big names at the event. Kerri-Anne stopped for a chat with foreign minister Julie Bishop who was one of the judges for the awards.

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Other judges included Ita Buttrose, Lucy Turnbull and Today show co-host Lisa Wilkinson.

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Other well-known faces adding their touch of style at the event were newsreader Sandra Sully and actress Marta Dusseldorp.

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But it wasn’t all just about fashion, it was about celebrating young women who are determined to make a difference in this world.

Saskia Hampele, actress and founder of Gift Box, which distributes tampons to homeless women in Australia, was named judges choice winner.

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Mikayla Ivanov, co-founder of The Tippy Toe Co, that organises dance classes for children with special needs, was the judges special mention winner.

People’s choice winner was Emily Whish-Wilson, founder of Bustle Bags, therapy backpacks for children with autism.

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Which of these outfits is something you’d wear?