Costume Design Awards
- "I'd like to take a moment of silence for all the disco balls that died during the making of this dress." - Anne Hathaway
- The calm before the storm.
- Cinematic costumes lined the walls.
- Lacoste tapped FIDM graduates to dream up polo shirts for the future. This is Dakota Keller's take on a roller derby uniform.
- Jill Sorensen's x-ray polo would help diagnose injured players on the field immediately.
- Rebecca Howard's multi-functional polo for the "fashionable young scholar" features a hood that works as a UV screen by day and a reading light by night.
- David Dean Cruz's polo features compressions that trigger different pressure points to stimulate the muscles.
- This look is sure to produce some interesting tan lines.
- Each table setting featured a sewing machine centerpiece and a bevy of Lacoste fragrances.
- Joel McCale consistently cracked up the crowd.
- Although well-deserved, Career Achievement Award winner Eduardo Castro's lengthy acceptance speech was a running joke.
- Amy Poehler and a very pregnant Maya Rudolph hilariously introduced Steve Martin.
- Steve Martin hilariously introduced Distinguished Collaborator Award winner, SNL's Lorne Michaels.
- Between handing out awards, an entertaining Lacoste montage showcased all the films graced with their iconic polo shirts.
- Lily Collins was perfect as usual.
- The chicest of them all: Outstanding Made for TV Movie or Mini-Series winner for American Horror Story, Lou Eyrich.
- Whistles, flushed faces and roaring applause followed Russell Crowe, who introduced Lacoste Spotlight Award winner Anne Hathaway.