Powell, Prudhomme pick up guild honors

Oscar-nominated costume designers Sandy Powell and Monique Prudhomme took top honors at Thursday’s Costume Designers Guild Awards.

Powell’s work for “The Young Victoria” and Prudhomme’s for “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” won in the period and fantasy categories, respectively, at the 12th annual kudofest, held at the BevHilton.

Doug Hall won for his contempo costumes in Fox Searchlight’s “Crazy Heart.”

In addition, Powell received the org’s career achievement award in film while Michael Travis (“Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In”) was similarly lauded for his smallscreen work.

Powell previously won Oscars for her work on “Shakespeare in Love” and “The Aviator.”

In TV, AMC’s “Mad Men” added to its pile of trophies as Emmy-winning Janie Bryant won in the period category. Lou Eyrich won for contempo Fox series “Glee”; Catherine Marie Thomas took the longform nod for HBO’s “Grey Gardens.”

Nicole Kidman presented Rob Marshall with the honorary Distinguished Collaborator Award, while Swarovski’s Award was presented to Emily Blunt, and Emmy-award winning costume designer Robert Turturice was inducted into the Guild’s Hall of Fame.

Gala was emceed by Parker Posey. Presenters included Kristen Bell, Minka Kelley, Alan Cumming, Anna Paquin, Jayma Mays and Nancy Sinatra.

Complete list of winners:

Contemporary Television Series – Lou Eyrich/”Glee”

Period/Fantasy Television Series – Janie Bryant/”Mad Men”

Made for Television Movie or Mini Series – Catherine Marie Thomas/”Grey Gardens.”

Contemporary Film – Doug Hall/”Crazy Heart.”

Period Film – Sandy Powell/”The Young Victorias”

Fantasy Film – Monique Prudhomme/”The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”

Commercials – Casey Storm/Milk: “Milkquarious”

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