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Amy Adams has already had quite the awards season run and the accolades keep on coming.
The American Hustle starlet, who won a Golden Globe, the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and is nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars, took home the Lacoste Spotlight Award at the 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards on Saturday evening.
The 39-year-old actress looked chic in a teal long-sleeve gown with white flower embroidered detail around the bodice. The hue of the frock perfectly accentuated her red locks, which were styled in soft waves.
12 Years a Slave and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire were the big film winners, nabbing the Outstanding Period Film Award and the Outstanding Fantasy Film Award, respectively.
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Downton Abbey, House of Cards and Behind the Candelabra won television's top honors. Judd Apatow received the Distinguished Collaborator Award.
Kerry Washington, who was already a winner at the NAACP Image Awards earlier in the evening, was joined onstage by with her Scandal co-star Tony Goldwyn.
Olivia Munn, Elisabeth Röhm, Jonah Hill, Judd Apatow, Mindy Kaling, Raquel Welch, Jeremy Renner, June Squibb, and Kiernan Shipka were also in attendance.
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Check out the full list of all the winners:
Excellence In Period Film: Patricia Norris, 12 Years a Slave
Excellence In Fantasy Film: Trish Summerville, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Excellence In Contemporary Film: Suzy Benzinger, Blue Jasmine
Outstanding Made For Television Movie Or Mini Series: Ellen Mirojnick, Behind the Candelabra
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series: Caroline McCall, Downton Abbey
Outstanding Contemporary Television Series: Tom Broecker, House of Cards
Excellence In Commercial Costume Design: Nancy Steiner, Call of Duty, "Ghosts Masked Warriors"