Costume Designers Guild honors 'King's Speech,' 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Black Swan'
"The King's Speech," "Black Swan" and "Alice in Wonderland" took the top feature film honors Tuesday evening at the 13th Costume Designers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Jenny Beavan won excellence in period film for "The King's Speech," while Amy Westcott earned her award for excellence in contemporary film for "Black Swan" and Colleen Atwood for excellence in fantasy film for "Alice in Wonderland."
On the television side, Lou Eyrich won outstanding contemporary television series for "Glee"; John Dunn and Lisa Padovani earned their award for outstanding period/fantasy TV series for "Boardwalk Empire" and Cindy Evans picked up her honor for outstanding made for television movie or miniseries for "Temple Grandin."
The excellence in commercial costume design trophy went to Aude Bronson-Howard for "Chanel-Bleu de Chanel."
Honorary awards were also presented at the ceremony hosted by "Sex and the City" star Kristin Davis.
Halle Berry received the Lacoste Spotlight Award; Julie Weiss was given the Disaronno Career Achievement in Film and Television Award; Joel Schumacher received the Distinguished Collaborator Award and the late Michael Dennison was inducted into the Guild's Hall of Fame.
Photo: Johnny Depp, left, Mia Wasikowska and Anne Hathaway star in "Alice in Wonderland," which won a Costume Designers Guild Award on Tuesday night.