What Costumes Won Big for Film and Television This Year? Inside the Costume Designers Guild Awards
One of the reasons we love our favorite films and television shows is the costuming—and the top designers were honored at the 16th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards over the weekend. Held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, stars like Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Olivia Munn, Mindy Kaling, and Kiernan Shipka came out to celebrate the event, which was hosted by Scandal's Joshua Malina. The Guild handed out competitive awards for costume design excellence in seven categories for film, television, and commercial work, with the costumers behind Blue Jasmine, 12 Years a Slave, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, House of Cards, Downton Abbey, and Behind the Candelabra all taking home top honors.
This year, five-time Academy Award nominee Amy Adams was honored with the Lacoste Spotlight Award, which honors an actor whose talent and career personifies an enduring commitment to excellence, including a special awareness of the role and importance of costume design. "I just had such an amazing privilege working with so many extraordinary costume designers and so many wonderful costume departments, and I've learned so much," Adams says. "[Costume designers] have taught me that clothing is a language, but that costume is an art... I am so, so lucky to work with amazing artists."
Additionally, writer, producer, and director Judd Apatow was recognized with the Distinguished Collaborator Award for his support of costume design and creative partnerships with costume designers. "I feel like this is really more for all the costume designers that I've worked with over the years," Apatow tells InStyle. "They really work with us to create these characters." Congratulations to all the night's big winners!
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Reporting by Brianna Deutsch