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Costume Designers unveil nominees

Winners will be announced at Feb. 21 gala

The Costume Designers Guild has announced nominees in contemporary, fantasy and period film categories for its 14th annual awards ceremony.

Winners will be announced at a Feb. 21 gala hosted by Jane Lynch at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

Contemporary nominees are “Bridesmaids,” “The Descendants,” “Drive,” “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and “Melancholia.”

Period films are “The Artist,” “Jane Eyre,” “The Help,” “Hugo” and “W.E.”

The fantasy nominees are “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” “Red Riding Hood,” “Thor” and “X Men: First Class.”

The nominated designers include three-time Academy Award winner Sandy Powell (“Hugo”) and Oscar-nommed Arianne Phillips (“W.E.”).

The Costume Designers Guild also announced its TV nominees in the contemporary series, period/fantasy series and movie/miniseries categories.

The honorary Spotlight Award and Distinguished Collaborator Award will be announced next week and presented at the Feb. 21 ceremony.

The CDG, founded in 1953, consists of more than 750 working costume professionals around the world.

The full list of nominees follows.

Contemporary Film

“Bridesmaids,” Leesa Evans & Christine Wada

“The Descendants,” Wendy Chuck

“Drive,” Erin Benach

“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” Trish Summerville

“Melancholia,” Manon Rasmussen

Period Film

“The Artist,” Mark Bridges

“Jane Eyre,” Michael O’Connor

“The Help,” Sharen Davis

“Hugo,” Sandy Powell

“W.E.,” Arianne Phillips

Fantasy Film

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” Jany Temime

“Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” Penny Rose

“Red Riding Hood,” Cindy Evans

“Thor,” Alexandra Byrne

“X-Men: First Class,” Sammy Sheldon

Contemporary TV Series

“Glee,” Loy Eyrich & Jennifer Eve

“Modern Family,” Alix Friedberg

“Revenge,” Jill Ohanneson

“Saturday Night Live,” Tom Broecker & Eric Justian

“Sons of Anarchy,” Kelli Jones

Period/Fantasy TV Series

“Boardwalk Empire,” John A. Dunn, Lisa Padovani

“The Borgias,” Gabriella Pescucci

“Game of Thrones,” Michele Clapton

“Once Upon a Time,” Eduardo Castro

“Pan Am,” Ane Crabtree

Made-for-TV Movie or Miniseries

“Downton Abbey,” Susannah Buxton

“The Kennedys,” Christopher Hargadon

“Mildred Pierce,” Ann Roth

Commercial Costume Design

Carl’s Jr., “Miss Turkey,” Francine Lecoultre

Dos Equis, “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” Julie Vogel

Swiffer, “Country Dirt Girl,” Roseanne Fiedler

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