By Hilary Lewis | April 14, 2021
The Hollywood Reporter – CDGA: 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,' 'Mulan' Among Winners
Lana Condor hosted the event, where Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers were honored with the distinguished collaborator award.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Mulan, and Promising Young Woman were the film winners at the 2021 Costume Designers Guild Awards on Tuesday night.
The virtual event — recognizing excellence in film, TV, and short-form costume design — was hosted by To All the Boys star Lana Condor and streamed live on Twitter.
Both Ma Rainey and Mulan are nominated for the Oscar for best costume design. Ma Rainey winner Ann Roth, however, didn’t deliver a speech upon her win, with Condor noting that Roth chooses to let her work speak for itself.
With this year’s nomination, the 89-year-old Roth tied the record for the oldest Oscar nominee at large.
The other Oscar nominees for best costume design — Emma, Pinocchio and Mank — were all nominated for Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Condor, who highlighted her love of fashion during the show, also showed off her comedy chops, joking about how post-quarantine she aimed to channel Catherine O’Hara’s Schitt’s Creek character Moira Rose and how she played presenter Andra Day recently when she sang into her shampoo bottle in “Lana Condor vs. My Shower Curtain,” a play on Day’s United States vs. Billie Holiday.