Costume Designers Honor ‘Young Victoria,’ ‘Crazy Heart,’ ‘Imaginarium’

“Mad Men” and “Glee” top TV categories at Beverly Hills ceremony

Last Updated: February 25, 2010 @ 10:43 PM

Two of the five Oscar nominees in the Costume Design category were honored Thursday night by the Costume Designers Guild, which voted its top awards to nominees “The Young Victoria” and “The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus,” as well as to “Crazy Heart,” which was passed over by Oscar voters.

The CDG gives out three separate feature film awards: Excellence in Contemporary Film, Period Film and Fantasy Film.

Sandy Powell won in the period film category for “Young Victoria,” Doug Hall in the contemporary film category for “Crazy Heart,” and Monique Prudhomme in the fantasy film category for “Imaginarium.”

At the Oscars, Powell and Prudhomme are nominated alongside Janet Patterson (“Bright Star”), Catherine Leterrier (“Coco Before Chanel”) and Colleen Atwood (“Nine”).

The ceremony took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and was hosted by actress Parker Posey.

(Photo, right, by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

The winners:

Excellence in Contemporary Film: "Crazy Heart" – Doug Hall
Excellence in Period Film: "The Young Victoria" – Sandy Powell
Excellence in Fantasy Film: "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" – Monique Prudhomme

Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Miniseries: "Grey Gardens" – Catherine Marie Thomas
Outstanding Contemporary Television Series: "Glee" – Lou Eyrich
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series: "Mad Men" – Janie Bryant
Excellence in Commercial Costume Design: “Milkquarious” – Casey Storm

Swarovski Award: Emily Blunt
Distinguished Collaborator: Rob Marshall
Lacoste Career Achievement in Film Award: Sandy Powell
Career Achievement in Television Award: Michael Travis
Hall of Fame Award: Robert Turturice