Costume Designers Salute ‘King’s Speech,’ ‘Black Swan’

“Alice in Wonderland” also wins award; “Glee” and “Boardwalk Empire” among TV honorees

The last Hollywood guild has now handed out its awards – and like most of its predecessors, the Costume Designers Guild gave one of its top honors to "The King's Speech."

Jenny Beavan was given the CDG Award for Excellence in Period Film for her work on Tom Hooper's royal drama, while other feature film winners included Amy Westcott for "Black Swan" (Excellence in Contemporary Film) and Colleen Atwood for "Alice in Wonderland" (Excellence in Fantasy Film).

"The King's Speech" and "Alice" are both nominated for the Costume Design Oscar, along with "I Am Love," "The Tempest" and "True Grit." The last two of those films were also CDG nominees.

In the television categories, honors went to "Glee," "Boardwalk Empire" and "Temple Grandin."

The awards took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and were hosted by Kristin Davis. Participants included Samuel L. Jackson, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, Diane Lane, Robert Duvall and Bill Maher.

The winners:

Excellence in Contemporary Film: Amy Westcott, "Black Swan"
Excellence in Period Film: Jenny Beavan, "The King’s Speech"
Excellence in Fantasy Film: Colleen Atwood, "Alice in Wonderland"

Outstanding Contemporary Television Series: Lou Eyrich, "Glee"
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series: John A. Dunn, "Boardwalk Empire"
Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Mini Series: Cindy Evans, "Temple Grandin"

Excellence in Commercial Costume Design: Aude Bronson-Howard, Chanel – Bleu de Chanel

Lacoste Spotlight Award: Halle Berry
Disaronno Career Achievement in Film and Television Award: Julie Weiss
Distinguished Collaborator Award: Joel Schumacher