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2006 - The 9th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period
Marie Antoinette, designed by Milena Canonero
Dreamgirls, designed by Sharen Davis
Curse of the Golden Flower, designed by Chung Man Yee
The Illusionist, designed by Ngila Dickson
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, designed by Penny Rose

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
The Devil Wears Prada, designed by Patricia Field
The Queen, designed by Consolata Boyle
Little Miss Sunshine, designed by Nancy Steiner
Casino Royale, designed by Lindy Hemming
Babel, designed by Michael Wilkinson

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Fantasy
Eragon, designed by Kym Barrett
The Fountain, designed by Renee April
V for Vendetta, designed by Sammy Sheldon
Pan's Labyrinth, designed by Lala Huete
X-Men: The Last Stand, designed by Judianna Makovsky





2005 - The 8th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
Capote, designed by Kasia Walicka-Maimone
Good Night and Good Luck, designed by Louise Frogley
Memoirs of a Geisha, designed by Colleen Atwood
Rent, designed by Aggie Guerard Rodgers
Walk the Line, designed by Arianne Phillips

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
Mr. & Mrs. Smith, designed by Michael Kaplan
Hustle & Flow, designed by Paul Simmons
Shop Girl, designed by Nancy Steiner
Transamerica, designed by Danny Glicker
Syriana, designed by Louise Frogley

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Fantasy
Batman Begins, designed by Lindy Hemming
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, designed by Gabriella Pescucci
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, designed by Isis Mussenden
Sin City, designed by Nina Proctor
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, designed by Trisha Biggar





2004 - The 7th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
The Aviator, designed by Sandy Powell
De-Lovely, designed by Janty Yates
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, designed by Colleen Atwood
The Phantom of the Opera, designed by Alexandra Byrne
Ray, designed by Sharen Davis

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
Alfie, designed by Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, designed by Melissa Toth
Kill Bill Vol. 2, designed by Catherine Thomas
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, designed by Milena Canonero
Ocean's Twelve, designed by Milena Canonero





2003 - The 6th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
The Last Samurai, designed by Ngila Dickson
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, designed by Ngila Dickson
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, designed by Penny Rose
Seabiscuit, designed by Judianna Makovsky

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, designed by Joseph G. Aulisi
Kill Bill—Vol. 1, designed by Catherine Thomas
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, designed by Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell
A Mighty Wind, designed by Durinda Wood





2002 - The 5th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
Chicago, designed by Colleen Atwood
Frida, designed by Julie Weiss
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, designed by Ngila Dickson
Road to Perdition, designed by Albert Wolsky

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
About a Boy, designed by Joanna Johnston
About Schmidt, designed by Wendy Chuck
Igby Goes Down, designed by Sarah Edwards
Unfaithful, designed by Ellen Mirojnick
White Oleander, designed by Susie DeSanto





2001 - The 4th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
Blow, designed by Mark Bridges
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, designed by Judianna Makovsky
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, designed by Arianne Phillips
Planet Of The Apes, designed by Colleen Atwood

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
Legally Blonde, designed by Sophie DeRakoff Carbonell
Ocean's Eleven, designed by Jeffrey Kurkland
Mulholland Drive, designed by Amy Stofsky, Durinda Wood
The Royal Tenenbaums, designed by Karen Patch





2000 - The 3rd Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Period/Fantasy
Almost Famous, designed by Betsey Heimann
Chocolat, designed by Renee Ehrlich Kalfus
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, designed by Rita Ryack
Quills, designed by Jacqueline West

Best Costume Design - Feature Film Contemporary
Charlie's Angels, designed by Joseph Aulisi
Erin Brockovich, designed by Jeffrey Kurland
High Fidelity, designed by Laura C. Bauer
Traffic, designed by Louise Frogley
X-Men, designed by Louise Mingenbach




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