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Designing Women 2016 Awards

By Charlotte Robinson, June 06, 2016
New York Women In Film & Television (NYWIFT) will present their annual Designing Women Honoring Costume, Makeup & Hair Designers on Monday June 13th at Proshansky Auditorium, 365 Fifth Avenue in NYC at 7P. Designing Women includes the presentation of an award to a costume designer, a makeup artist & a hair stylist as well as the presentation of the Variety Ensemble Award to the entire costume, hair & makeup design team from a television series or a movie. This year they're honoring Costume Designer Sarah Edwards (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Michael Clayton), Hair Stylist Rose Chatterton (Shades of Blue, The Knick, It’s Complicated), Makeup Artist Anita Gibson (Confirmation, Power, For Colored Girls) & The Variety Ensemble Award will be presented to the costume, makeup & hair design team of “The Affair” starring Ruth Wilson, Dominick West & Maura Tierney. Designing Women Presenters will include Will Arnett, Lela Loren, Ray Liotta & Maura Tierney. Andrew Kozinn President Saint Laurie Merchant Tailors stated, “For many years, I have chaired the Benefit Committee for Designing Women. It is a great honor for me to do so. I was blown away by the scope & relevance of this extraordinary event. At my family’s business, Saint Laurie Merchant Tailors, we make tailored costumes for film & television & work with gifted female costumes designers. I jumped at the opportunity to thank these women along with female hair & make-up artists, all of whom rarely get the recognition they deserve. Designing Women is the only entertainment awards event of its kind.”
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1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

BRAVO....Hats off to the Women of Design!!!

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