Trish Summerville won the Costume Designers Guild Award on Tuesday evening for excellence in contemporary film for "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," while Arianne Phillips won in the period film category for "W.E.," and Jany Temime earned the award for fantasy film for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2."
The 14th Annual Costume Designer Guild Awards were given out at the Beverly Hilton Hotel's International Ballroom with Jane Lynch serving as host.
Awards were also handed out in TV and commercial categories.
Lou Eyrich and Jennifer Eve won for outstanding contemporary TV series for "Glee," while John A. Dunn and Lisa Padovani earned their awards in the period/fantasy TV series category for "Boardwalk Empire." Susannah Buxton took home the award for made-for-television movie or miniseries for "Downton Abbey," and Roseanne Fiedler won for excellence in commercial costume design for "Swiffer-Country Dirt Cowgirl."
Four honorary awards were also presented Tuesday evening -- Kate Beckinsale won the Lacoste Spotlight Award and costume designer Marlene Stewart received the Disaronno Career Achievement in Film Award. Eyrich, who won for "Glee," also earned the Career Achievement in Television Award.
And the Distinguished Collaborator Award went to costume designer Deborah Hopper and Clint Eastwood, who have collaborated on more than 22 films in the last two decades.
Photo: "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" won an award for excellence in contemporary film. Credit: Baldur Bragason / EPA