Costume Designers Guild Awards to honor Judd Apatow, April Ferry

Producer Judd Apatow and costume designer April Ferry will be among the honorees at the 16th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards set for Feb. 22, the organization announced Tuesday.

Apatow, whose movies include the soon-to-be-released "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," is set to receive the guild’s Distinguished Collaborator award and Ferry, whose costume design work has earned her an Academy Award nomination (for 1994's “Maverick”) as well as an Emmy and two CDG awards for her costume design work on HBO's "Rome," will be honored with the group's Career Achievement Award.

The annual black-tie, red-carpet awards ceremony will also honor the work of costume designers in seven film and television categories, with those nominees set to be announced Jan. 9.

Honorees at last year's CDG Awards, hosted by Joel McHale, included Lorne Michaels, who took home the Distinguished Collaborator award, and costume designers Judianna Makovsky ("The Hunger Games," "Seabiscuit") and Eduardo Castro ("Once Upon a Time," "Ugly Betty"), who were honored for their career achievements. 

The 2014 ceremony will once again take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with Lacoste returning as the presenting sponsor. A host for the gala has not yet been announced.

There's more information online.


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