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Costume Designers Guild


Costume Designers Guild

The Costume Designers Guild (CDG), IATSE LOCAL 892 was founded in 1953 by a group of 30 motion picture costume designers. In 1986, the Costume Designers Guild joined the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and added Local 892 to its name. Today, its international membership includes motion picture, television, and commercial costume designers, assistant costume designers and costume illustrators, and totals over 750 members. The jurisiction of Local 892 is centered in Los Angeles. The Costume Designers Guild, Local 892, publishes a quarterly magazine The Costume Designer, founded in 2005, and a CDG Newsletter six times a year.

Costume Designers Guild Awards

Founded in 1999, the Costume Designers Awards honors Costume Designers in Motion Pictures, Television, and Commercials annually. The "Gilda" statuette was originally manufactured in sterling silver by renowned Italian jeweler Bvlgari and was created by costume designer, and CDG member, David Le Vey. Title sponsors of this glamorous Los Angeles evening are Lacoste and Disaronno. Each year costume designers are honored in a number of categories for their work in motion pictures and television. In addition, a distinguished costume designer is selected to receive a Career Achievement Award. Actors, directors or producers are also honored with a Spotlight Award and Distinguished Collaborator Award.

Award categories

  • Film:
    • Excellence in Contemporary Film
    • Excellence in Period Film
    • Excellence in Fantasy Film
  • Special Awards:
    • Disaronno Career Achievement in Film Award
    • Disaronno Career Achievement in Television Award
  • Additional Awards:
    • Lacoste Spotlight Award
    • Distinguished Collaborator Award

Annual awards

List of winners

Excellence in Costume Design for a Contemporary Film
This award has been presented at each annual awards. Julie Weiss, the winner in 1999 and 2007, is the only individual to have won more than once.
Year Winner Film
1999 Julie Weiss American Beauty
2000 Jeffrey Kurland Erin Brockovich
2001 Karen Patch The Royal Tenenbaums
2002 Wendy Chuck About Schmidt
2003 Durinda Wood A Mighty Wind
2004 Milena Canonero The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
2005 Danny Glicker Transamerica
2006 Consolata Boyle The Queen
2007 Julie Weiss Blades of Glory
2008 Suttirat Anne Larlarb Slumdog Millionaire
2009 Doug Hall Crazy Heart
2010 Amy Westcott Black Swan
2011 Trish Summerville The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
2012 Jany Temime Skyfall
Excellence in Costume Design for a Period Film
This award has been presented at each annual awards. The awards from 1999 to 2004 were for Period and Fantasy films combined.
Year Winner Film
1999 Colleen Atwood Sleepy Hollow
2000 Rita Ryack How the Grinch Stole Christmas
2001 Judianna Makovsky Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
2002 Colleen Atwood Chicago
2003 Ngila Dickson The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2004 Colleen Atwood Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
2005 Colleen Atwood Memoirs of a Geisha
2006 Yee Chung-Man Curse of the Golden Flower (Man cheng jin dai huang jin jia)
2007 Colleen Atwood Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
2008 Michael O'Connor The Duchess
2009 Sandy Powell The Young Victoria
2010 Jenny Beavan The King's Speech
2011 Arianne Phillips W.E.
2012 Jacqueline Durran Anna Karenina
Excellence in Costume Design for a Fantasy Film
This award was a part of the Excellence in Costume Design for a Period Film until 2005.
Year Winner Film
2005 Isis Mussenden The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
2006 Lala Huete Pan's Labyrinth (El laberinto del fauno)
2007 Ruth Myers The Golden Compass
2008 Lindy Hemming The Dark Knight
2009 Monique Prudhomme The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
2010 Colleen Atwood Alice in Wonderland
2011 Jany Tamime Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2
2012 Eiko Ishioka Mirror Mirror
Excellence in Costume Design for a Contemporary Television Series
Year Winner Production
1999 Patricia Field Sex and the City
2000 Patricia Field Sex and the City
2001 Juliet Polcsa The Sopranos
2002 Laura Goldsmith Alias
2003 Patricia Field Sex and the City
2004 Patricia Field Sex and the City
2005 Jill M. Ohanneson Six Feet Under
2006 Eduardo Castro Ugly Betty
2007 Eduardo Castro Ugly Betty
2008 Eduardo Castro and Patricia Field Ugly Betty
2009 Lou Eyrich Glee
2010 Lou Eyrich Glee
2011 Jennifer Eve and Lou Eyrich Glee
2012 Molly Maginnis Smash
Best Costume Design – Period or Fantasy TV Series
This award has been presented at each annual awards. April Ferry is the only individual to win more than once, having won in two consecutive years for her work on Rome; Rome is the only production to have won more than once.
Year Winner Production
1999 Shay Cunliffe Annie
2000 Hope Hanafin Geppetto
2001 Dona Granata Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows
2002 Jane Anderson American Dreams
2003 Terry Dresbach and Ruth Myers Carnivàle
2004 Jill Taylor The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
2005 April Ferry Rome
2006 April Ferry Rome
2007 Robert Blackman Pushing Daisies
2009 Janie Bryant Mad Men
2010 John A. Dunn and Lisa Padovani Boardwalk Empire
2011 John A. Dunn and Lisa Padovani Boardwalk Empire
2012 Caroline McCall Downton Abbey
Best Costume Design – Miniseries or TV Film
This award was first presented at the 8th annual awards, for 2005 filmmaking.
Year Winner Production
2005 Eduardo Castro Elvis
2006 Mike O'Neill Elizabeth I
2007 Mario Davignon Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
2008 Donna Zakowska John Adams
2009 Catherine Marie Thomas Grey Gardens
2010 Cindy Evans Temple Grandin
2011 Susannah Buxton Downton Abbey
2012 Lou Eyrich American Horror Story: Asylum

External links

  • Official website
  • Costumer Designers Guild on Facebook
  • Costume Designers Guild on Twitter
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