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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Anne Hathaway shines at awards ceremony

Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway looked stunning in a glitzy dress at the Costume Designers Guild Awards yesterday.

The Les Misérables star donned a sparkling gold Gucci dress as she turned up to the bash hosted at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Continuing her successful awards season - which saw her pick up a BAFTA for best supporting actress earlier this month - Anne was there to collect a further accolade.

The brunette was honoured with the 2013 Lacoste Spotlight Award at the ceremony, with the gong being presented to her by Les Misérables co-star Russell Crowe.

Anne looked radiant as she received the award, sweeping her glossy bobbed hair over to one side and accessorising her glittering frock with Kwiat bangles and glitzy heels.

However, the focus of the evening was on those who work behind the scenes to make stunning costumes for Hollywood’s biggest films.

Ginnifer Goodwin, Amy Poehler and Lily Collins all showed up to support some of the best designers in the business.

Ginnifer looked great in red Nonoo gown, which boasted darker panelling at the bottom.

Lily stole the show in an elaborate monochrome frock, which featured a huge bow and a low back, as well as a daring plunge-front.

Amy kept it classy in black, spicing her dress up with a pair of green earrings.

One of the big winners of the night was Jacqueline Durran who won for the spectacular costumes seen in period drama Anna Karenina.

Caroline McCall also walked away with an accolade for the pieces featured in UK TV series Downton Abbey.

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