Victoria Beckham and Kylie Minogue were among those honoured at Glamour's women of the year awards.
The event, marking the UK title's 20th anniversary, celebrated "gamechangers" from across the beauty, entertainment, sports, wellness, charity and fashion industries.
Hosted by Canadian comedian and actress Katherine Ryan, the virtual ceremony, which aired on the publication's website, saw a range of figures from the music world honoured.
The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge was named mental health gamechanger after revealing she suffered a breakdown at the height of her fame, while pop group Little Mix were named gamechangers in music, and Minogue was named gamechanging icon.
In film, Priyanka Chopra Jonas was named gamechanging actor after a year in which she starred in the Netflix hit The White Tiger.
Actress and rapper Awkwafina took home the award for creator, while Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown secured the beauty award.
Elsewhere, Booker Prize-winning writer Evaristo earned the award for author, and punk pioneer and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood was hailed with a prize for her environmental work.
The influencer prize went to transgender model and activist Munroe Bergdorf, while 21-year-old US actress and activist Yara Shahidi, best known for starring in the sitcom Black-ish, earned the new gen prize.
Footballer Marcus Rashford scooped the award for gamechanging man after successfully lobbying the UK Government into a U-turn over its free school meals policy in England.
The ceremony also saw NHS frontline workers honoured with a special gamechanging award.
Other awards covered sport, entrepreneurship and charity work.