Charlize Theron was a winner at the Costume Designers Guild Awards last night — and she looked the part with her head-to-heel gold ensemble.
The “Bombshell” actress arrived at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., wearing a custom Louis Vuitton gown with long sleeves, gold sequins throughout and a cutout accent at the neck. She wore a headband to match the dress.
On her feet, Theron, the recipient of the CDG’s Spotlight Award, wore gold sandals that showed off her dark red pedicure.
“Schitt’s Creek” star Catherine O’Hara also opted for sparkle, hitting the red carpet in a Christian Siriano pantsuit with silver stripes. Black sandals finished her look.
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Speaking to FN from the carpet, O’Hara said her favorite fashion moment on “Schitt’s Creek” is from the still-unreleased wedding episode. But her favorite shoes from the show have made several appearances.
“I had a great pair, which I didn’t take because they’re too wild for me. I can’t carry off clothes that my character can,” O’Hara said. “There was a pair of shoes I wore a couple times in the season, and the heels looked like rat spines. They were the scariest, most amazing shoes.”
Elsewhere, Mindy Kaling wore a Salvador Perez dress with spiky blue heels and Neil Lane jewels. The “Office” alum served as host of the evening.
In advance of the night, Mary Ellen Fields was announced as the Distinguished Service Award winner, Michael Kaplan earned the Career Achievement Award and Adam McKay was winner of the Distinguished Collaborator Award. Theron’s award was also announced ahead of time.
Emerging victorious in the film categories were “Jojo Rabbit,” “Knives Out” and “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.” In TV, “Schitt’s Creek,” “The Masked Singer,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Game of Thrones” all received trophies. See the full list of winners below:
Excellence in Contemporary Film
“Knives Out” — Jenny Eagan
Excellence in Period Film
“Jojo Rabbit” — Mayes C. Rubeo
Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Film
“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” — Ellen Mirojnick
Excellence in Contemporary Television
“Schitt’s Creek,” The Dress — Debra Hanson
Excellence in Period Television
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” It’s Comedy or Cabbage — Donna Zakowska
Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Television
“Game of Thrones,” The Iron Throne — Michele Clapton
Excellence in Variety, Reality-Competition, Live Television
“The Masked Singer,” Season Finale: And the Winner Takes It All and Takes It Off — Marina Toybina
Excellence in Short Form Design
United Airlines: “Star Wars Wing Walker,” commercial — Christopher Lawrence
With contributions from Charlie Carballo
Click through the gallery to see stars on the red carpet at the CDGA.
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