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2022 Costume Designers Guild Awards Nominations: 'Cruella,' 'Dune,' 'Euphoria' Among Nominees

Costume Designers Guild Awards have been announced!Celebrating another year of excellent costumes, wardrobe and the people behind the clothes, the 2022 CDGA will take place for the first time at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica, California, on Wednesday, March 9.,,, and are among the costumes recognized in film this year. On the TV side,,,, and are among the nominees.«Throughout the pandemic, we’ve been reminded how important costume design is, not only to entertain — but to inspire,» Salvador Perez, President of the Costume Designers Guild, IATSE Local 892, said in a statement.

«We are thrilled to celebrate in person this year, with safety as our priority. We want to recognize our nominees and all of their phenomenal work as we take the CDGA into a new direction.»This year’s host, presenters and honorees will be announced in the coming weeks.See the full list of nominees, below:Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Film – Jacqueline West & Robert Morgan – Malgosia Turzanska – Lindsay Pugh– Kym Barrett – Sanja M.

Hays – Judianna Makovsky Excellence in Contemporary Film – Ruth E. Carter – Susan Matheson – Mitchell Travers – Suttirat Anne Larlarb – Derica Cole Washington Excellence in Period Film – Jenny Beavan – Massimo Cantini Parrini & Jacqueline Durran (For Roxanne) – Janty Yates – Luis Sequeira – Paul Tazewell Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Television: Chapter 1 – Shawna Trpcic: Nightshade – Debra Hanson: Journey into Mystery – Christine Wada: Gail – Laura Montgomery: Family – Lucinda Wright Excellence in Contemporary Television: French Revolution – Patricia Field & Marylin Fitoussi: F*ck Anyone Who's Not a Sea Blob – Heidi Bivens: Pilot – Kathleen Felix-Hager: Miss Ladyhawk Herself – Meghan Kasperlik: VIPS – Cho Sang-kyung E

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Costume Designers Guild Awards have been announced!Celebrating another year of excellent costumes, wardrobe and the people behind the clothes, the 2022 CDGA will take place for the first time at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica, California, on Wednesday, March 9.,,, and are among the costumes recognized in film this year. On the TV side,,,, and are among the nominees.«Throughout the pandemic, we’ve been reminded how important costume design is, not only to entertain — but to inspire,» Salvador Perez, President of the Costume Designers Guild, IATSE Local 892, said in a statement.
The nominees for the 24th Costume Designers Guild Awards have been announced!

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