List of Costume Designers Association Award Winners 2023 – The Hollywood Reporter

Celebrating their 25th, the Costume Designers Association Awards honored the eight winners in the competitive categories this evening during a ceremony at Fairmont Century Plaza hosted by Tituss Burgess.

For the film, Shirley Kurata (Everything Anywhere All At Once), Jenny Eagle (Onion: A secret knife out) and Catherine Martin (Elvis) all have won awards; both Kurata and Martin were also nominated for an Oscar for this year’s costume design.

On television, Jany Temime (Dragon House), Colleen Atwood and Mark Sutherland (Wednesday), Amy Roberts (Crown) and Carrie Cramer and Jason Rembert (Lizzo watch out for the big guys) were the winners of the night. And Natasha Newman-Thomas won for Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Spitting off the Edge of the World” music video.

From tonight on, however, the figurines awarded will not simply be called Costume Designers Association awards. They have a name now, just like the Academy Awards also known as the Oscars and the Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Broadway Theater (aka the Tony Awards). As Terry Gordon, president of the Costume Designers Association, IATSE Local 892, announced during the show, the CDGA figurine will be called The Adrian, named after the legendary costume designer and founding member of the Adrian association who is known for creating wardrobes for movies like Wizard of Oz, Letty Lynton And The Philadelphia Story. “Movies have Oscars, TVs have Emmys and we have Adrian,” said Gordon. “From now on, we will welcome Adrian.”

In addition to the Adrians competing tonight, four special awards were given out: Bette Midler took the award for outstanding collaborator and Angela Bassett was given the typical award, while Oscar-winning costume designer Deborah L. Scott (Titanic, Avatar: The Road of Water) was honored with a career achievement award and Emmy-nominated costume designer Rachael M. Stanley (Allies McBeal, Sisters) received the service excellence award.

Angela Bassett and Bette Midler at the 25th Annual Costume Designers Association Awards

Angela Bassett and Bette Midler at the 25th Annual Costume Designers Association Awards.

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Presenters at the February 27 event – sponsored by Westfield Century City, Mercedes-Benz, Peris Costumes and Campari and produced by NVE Experience Agency – included Billy Crystal, Black Panther: Wakanda forever candidate Ruth E. Carter, Hoax 2 candidate Salvador Perez, IATSE president Matthew Loeb, costume designer Michael Kaplan, producers Jon Landau, Monica Barbaro, Elizabeth Debicki, Nazanin Boniadi, Austin Butler, Greg Tarzan Davis, Ashley Park, Lewis Pullman, Christina Ricci and Hunter Schafer.

Among the outfitted stars on the red carpet was Cate Blanchett, who donned a Balmain suit with exaggerated shoulders and attended to show support. tar candidate Bina Daigeler, Ashley Park in an electric blue dress and Bassett in a red and black outfit wearing a hat with a bow.

Excellent sci-fi/fantasy movie

Everything Anywhere All At Once

From left to right: Tu Hy Vien, Duong Tu Quynh and Ke Huy Quan in A24’s ‘Everywhere, all at once’

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Everything Anywhere All At Once — Shirley Kurata (WINNER)
Avatar: The Road of Water — Deborah L. Scott
Black Panther: Wakanda forever — Ruth E. Carter
Hoax 2 —Salvador Perez
Thor: Love and Thunder — Mayes C. Rubeo

Excellence in Contemporary Film

Glass onion: The mystery of cutlery

Glass onion: The mystery of cutlery


Glass onion: The mystery of cutlery — Jenny Eagan (WINNER)
Are not — Alex Bovaird
tar — Bina Daigeler
Top Gun: Maverick — Marlene Stewart
women talking — Quita Alfred

Excellent historical film

Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in 'Elvis,' 2022.

Austin Butler in ‘Elvis’

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Elvis — Catherine Martin (WINNER)
Babylon — Mary Zophres
Don’t Worry My Love — Arianne Phillips
Mrs. Harris arrives in Paris — Jenny Beavan
Queen — Gersha Phillips

Excellence in sci-fi/fantasy television

Dragon House

‘House of the Dragon’

Dragon House: “The Dragon Heirs” — Jany Temime (WIN)
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: “The Shadow of the Past” — Kate Hawley
Western world: “Lost Generation” — Debra Beebe
What we do in the dark: “The Wedding” – Laura Montgomery
The Witcher: Blood Origin: “Magicians, Malice, and monstrous mayhem” — Lucinda Wright

Outstanding Contemporary Television

Luis Guzman, Jenna Ortega and Catherine Zeta-Jones

From left: Luis Guzman, Jenna Ortega and Catherine Zeta-Jones in ‘Wednesday.’

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Wednesday: “Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe” — Colleen Atwood & Mark Sutherland (WINNING)
Emily in Paris: “What is it all…” — Marylin Fitoussi
Happiness: “Trying To Heaven Before They Close The Doors” — Heidi Bivens
hacks: “The Captain’s Wife” — Kathleen Felix-Hager
White Lotus: “In the Sandbox” – Alex Bovaird

Excellence in period television

Elizabeth Debicki, Will Powell, Senan West, Dominic West in The Crown.

Elizabeth Debicki, Will Powell, Senan West, Dominic West in The Crown.

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Crown: “Ipatiev House” — Amy Roberts (WINNER)
Bridgerton: “Option” —Sophie Canale
Gilded Age: “Let’s start the tournament” — Kasia Walicka-Maimone
Miraculous Madame Maisel: “Maisel vs. Lennon: Cutting Contest” — Donna Zakowska
Pam & Tommy: “I love you, Tommy” — Kameron Lennox

Excellence in variety, reality competition, live TV

Lizzo watch out for the big guys

Lizzo’s ‘Watch out for the Big Grrrls.’

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Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls: Girl Run That Sh*t Back — Carrie Cramer & Jason Rembert (WINNER)
Beauty and the Beast: 30th Anniversary — Toybina Marina
Dancing with the Stars: Halloween Night — Daniela Gschwendtner & Steven Norman Lee
RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race: RuPaul-A-Palooza! — Tony Iniguez
Saturday Night Live: Miles Teller/Kendrick Lamar — Tom Broecker, Ashley Dudek & Cristina Natividad

Excellence in short form design

Yeah Yeah Yeahs: “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” (Music Video) — Natasha Newman-Thomas (WINNER)
Disney+ has all the GOAT (Commercial) — Melissa DesRosiers
McDonald’s: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Commercial) – Sarah Kinsumba
Nike: Father Time (Commercial) — Shawna Trpcic (For Jason Momoa)
Not Today Flu feat. Jason Alexander (Commercial) — Dawn Ritz


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