Costume Designers Guild Awards: Grace notes, with Halle Berry, Demi Moore, Diane Lane
The red carpet can be a fashion war zone, but when it comes to the big and small screen, dressing is an art — as evidenced at the 13th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards on Tuesday night in Beverly Hills.
Costume designers and their glamorous celebrity fans packed the Beverly Hilton, where eyes were drawn to Demi Moore in a simple but chic Vivienne Westwood blue creation. Husband Ashton Kutcher was the perfect escort, on hand to introduce a reel highlighting the career of Julie Weiss, who nabbed the Disaronno Award for career achievement.
While Weiss got the biggest accolade, Halle Berry stole the show in a brilliant red Elie Saab gown, receiving the Lacoste Spotlight Award, presented by Samuel L. Jackson.
Despite some Rodarte drama, a gracious Amy Wescott nabbed the trophy for excellence in contemporary film for "Black Swan," while "Glee" got a nod for its duds courtesy of costume designer Lou Eyrich. Click the pic of Westcott and Kristin Davis, above, for more photos from the event.
The Ministry must admit a minor obsession with fashion host Louise Roe, a knockout in a psychedelic constructed print dress from Manish Arora, who was herself excited over sightings that included Ginnifer Goodwin, Claire Danes and a still-stunning Holland Taylor.
Representing the boys were "White Collar" cutie Matt Bomer, "The Twilight Saga" star Kellan Lutz, Bill Maher and Old Spice's resident gentleman Isaiah Mustafa.
Check out our sister blog All the Rage's assessment of the evening, and leave your thoughts on the CDG Awards in comments.
— Matt Donnelly
Photos, clockwise from top left: Halle Berry in red; Kristin Davis, left, with "Black Swan" costume designer Amy Westcott; and Demi Moore in blue, at the 13th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Feb. 22. Credits, clockwise from top left: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images; Michael Caulfield / Getty Images; Michael Caulfield / Getty Images.