Elaborate designs and covetable fashion were the focuses of the 2014 Costume Designers Guild Awards on February 22 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where winners included "Behind the Candelabra's" Ellen Mirojnick, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's" Trish Summerville, "House of Cards'" Tom Broecker, and "Blue Jasmine's" Suzy Benzinger.
"Scandal's" Joshua Malina hosted the ceremony, where accolades were also given to veteran costume designers April Ferry and Sharon Day were honored with the career achievement award and the distinguished service award, respectively. Jonah Hill and Bill Hader presented Judd Apatow with the distinguished collaborator award, while "American Hustle" costume designer Michael Wilkinson and co-star Jeremy Renner presented Amy Adams with this year's Lacoste spotlight award.
EXCELLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY FILM
WINNER "Blue Jasmine" - Suzy Benzinger
"Her" - Casey Storm
"Nebraska" - Wendy Chuck
"Philomena" - Consolata Boyle
"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" - Sarah Edwards
EXCELLENCE IN PERIOD FILM
WINNER "12 Years a Slave" - Patricia Norris
"American Hustle" - Michael Wilkinson
"Dallas Buyers Club" - Kurt & Bart
"The Great Gatsby" - Catherine Martin
"Saving Mr. Banks" - Daniel Orlandi
EXCELLENCE IN FANTASY FILM
"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" - Ann Maskrey, Richard Taylor, Bob Buck
WINNER "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" - Trish Summerville
"Oz: The Great and Powerful" - Gary Jones, Michael Kutsche
'Blue Jasmine,' 'Hunger Games' Among Costume Design Winners
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