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Avatar, Glass Onion, Babylon Among 25th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Nominees


The Costume Designers Guild (CDG, IATSE Local 892) announced the nominations for its 25th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, the winners to be announced at the annual ceremony, which will be held on Monday, February 27, at the Fairmont Century Plaza. Final Ballot voting runs from Jan. 30 through Feb. 17.

The CDG includes more than 1,200 costume designers, assistant costume designers, and illustrators working in motion pictures, television, commercials, music videos, and new media programs throughout the world. As with the Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards, the CDG Awards are divided into three separate categories for film and for television, although when it comes to the Oscars (which has five nominated costume designers vs. the 15 for the CDG Awards), it often leans towards the sci-fi/fantasy and period nominees.

Oscar-winning Costume Designer Deborah L. Scott was nominated for her work on James Cameron‘s Avatar: The Way of the Water, but she will also be receiving the CDG’s 2023 Career Achievement Award. Richard M. Stanley is the 2022 Distinguished Service Award recipient.

Other films and designers nominated include Ruth E. Carter for Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverJenny Eagan for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and for Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, and Catherine Martin for Elvis.

The White Lotus, Wednesday, Euphoria and Emily in Paris were all nominated in the Contemporary category for television, which could be a tougher category, while The Crown and Bridgerton were both nominated for Period costumes in television.

You can read the full list of nominees below: 

Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Film

Avatar: The Way of Water – Deborah L. Scott
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Ruth E. Carter
Everything Everywhere All at Once – Shirley Kurata
Hocus Pocus 2 – Salvador Perez
Thor: Love and Thunder – Mayes C. Rubeo

Excellence in Contemporary Film

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – Jenny Eagan
Nope – Alex Bovaird
Tár – Bina Daigeler
Top Gun: Maverick – Marlene Stewart
Women Talking – Quita Alfred

Excellence in Period Film

Babylon – Mary Zophres
Don’t Worry Darling – Arianne Phillips
Elvis – Catherine Martin
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris – Jenny Beavan
The Woman King – Gersha Phillips

Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Television

House of the Dragon: The Heirs of the Dragon – Jany Temime
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: A Shadow of the Past – Kate Hawley
Westworld: Generation Loss – Debra Beebe
What We Do in the Shadows: The Wedding – Laura Montgomery
The Witcher: Blood Origin: Of Mages, Malice, and Monstrous Mayhem – Lucinda Wright

Excellence in Contemporary Television

Emily in Paris: What’s it All About… – Marylin Fitoussi
Euphoria: Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door – Heidi Bivens
Hacks: The Captain’s Wife – Kathleen Felix-Hager
Wednesday: Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe – Colleen Atwood & Mark Sutherland
The White Lotus: In the Sandbox – Alex Bovaird

Excellence in Period Television

Bridgerton: The Choice – Sophie Canale
The Crown: Ipatiev House – Amy Roberts
The Gilded Age: Let the Tournament Begin – Kasia Walicka-Maimone
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Maisel vs. Lennon: The Cut Contest – Donna Zakowska
Pam & Tommy: I Love You, Tommy – Kameron Lennox

Excellence in Variety, Reality-Competition, Live Television

Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration – Marina Toybina
Dancing with the Stars: Halloween Night – Daniela Gschwendtner & Steven Norman Lee
Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls: Girl Run That Sh*t Back – Carrie Cramer & Jason Rembert
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

Disney+ Has All the GOATs (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
Yeah Yeah Yeahs: “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” (Music Video) – Natasha Newman-Thomas

Deborah L. Scott – 2023 Career Achievement Award Recipient

Deborah L. Scott is an Academy Award-winning costume designer and set designer whose artistic excellence has shaped the film industry for over thirty years. Scott’s impeccable talent and intuitive eye for design has garnered over fifty credits on films including Back to the Future, Minority Report, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Transformers, The Amazing Spiderman 2, Avatar, and Titanic – with the latter earning her an Academy Award® for Best Costume Design and a BAFTA Award nomination. A true fashion arbiter widely known for the richness and detail of her research, Scott has fluently moved throughout history designing costume pieces from the early 1900s to the modern era. Her latest work is featured in James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water released in theaters December 2022.

Rachael M. Stanley – 2022 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

Rachael M. Stanley is an Emmy-nominated costume designer with over 25 years of experience and credits including five seasons of “Sisters”, “Ally McBeal” and 4 seasons of “Sabrina The Teenage Witch”. She has served as a member of the Executive Peer Group for Costumes Designers and Supervisors with the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. After years in the field, she joined the staff of her union, the Costume Designers Guild, Local 892, where she led the union as the Executive Director until her recent retirement in 2023.

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