2019 Emmy Nominations

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It’s that time of the year again. Behold, the 2019 Emmy nominations! So many amazing shows were nominated this year. My favorite show, “Game of Thrones” was nominated for a total of 32 nominations, setting the record for the most Primetime Emmy nominations for a show in a single year. Julia Louis Dreyfus is back, leading our beloved “Veep” through a likely successful award season. On top of it all, “Schitt’s Creek” broke through and was finally nominated for multiple awards!

However, we all know the most exciting awards are in costume design! So many great teams were nominated, and luckily for you I have them all here. When I say this field is so deserving, I am not joking. I don’t know which way the voters will go, but I do know that each of these teams could easily take home the award. I have my favorites, but I will save that for another time.

Who are you cheering on? Let me know in the comments!



Michelle R. Cole, Costume Designer

Devon Patterson, Costume Supervisor

Escape At Dannemora

David Robinson, Costume Designer

Ann Bryant, Assistant Costume Designer

Barbara Hause, Costume Supervisor

Grace And Frankie

Allyson B. Fanger, Costume Designer

Kristine Haag, Assistant Costume Designer

Lori DeLapp, Costume Supervisor

Russian Doll

Jennifer Rogien, Costume Designer

Charlotte Svenson, Assistant Costume Designer

Melissa Stanton, Costume Supervisor

Schitt’s Creek

Debra Hanson, Costume Designer

Darci Cheyne, Assistant Costume Designer

Sharp Objects

Alix Friedberg, Costume Designer

Shawn Barry, Costume Supervisor



Odile Dicks-Mireaux, Costume Designer

Daiva Petrulyte, Assistant Costume Designer

Holly McLean, Assistant Costume Designer

Anna Munro, Costume Supervisor

Sylvie Org, Costume Supervisor


Melissa Toth, Costume Designer

Joseph La Corte, Costume Designer

Catherine Crabtree, Assistant Costume Designer

Isabelle Simone, Assistant Costume Designer

Kristin Isola, Assistant Costume Designer

Virginia Patton, Costume Supervisor


Beth Morgan, Costume Designer

Alexandra Casey, Assistant Costume Designer

Sharon Taylor Sampson, Costume Supervisor


Lou Eyrich, Costume Designer

Analucia Mcgorty, Costume Designer

Amy Ritchings, Assistant Costume Designer

Kevin Ritter, Costume Supervisor

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Donna Zakowska, Costume Designer

Marina Reti, Assistant Costume Designer

Tim McKelvey, Costume Supervisor


A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Cynthia Ann Summers, Costume Designer

Kelsey Chobotar, Assistant Costume Designer

Phoebe Parsons, Assistant Costume Designer

Lorelei Burk, Costume Supervisor

Courtney McKenzie, Costume Supervisor

American Horror Story: Apocalypse

Lou Eyrich, Costume Designer

Paula Bradley, Costume Designer

Rebecca Guzzi, Assistant Costume Designer

Charlene Amateau, Costume Supervisor

Game Of Thrones

Michele Clapton, Costume Designer

Emma O’Loughlin, Assistant Costume Designer

Kate O’Farrell, Costume Supervisor

Good Omens

Claire Anderson, Costume Designer

Bobbie Edwards, Assistant Costume Designer

Beth Lewis, Costume Supervisor

The Handmaid’s Tale

Ane Crabtree, Costume Designer

Natalie Bronfman, Costume Supervisor


Dancing With The Stars

Daniela Gschwendtner, Costume Designer

Steven Lee, Costume Designer

Polina Roytman, Assistant Costume Designer

Candice Rainwater, Assistant Costume Designer

Howard Sussman, Costume Supervisor

Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé

Marni Senofonte, Costume Designer

Olivier Rousteing, Costume Designer

Timothy White, Costume Supervisor

RuPaul’s Drag Race

Zaldy Goco, Costume Designer (RuPaul)

Art Conn, Costume Designer (Michelle Visage)

Saturday Night Live

Tom Broecker, Costume Designer

Eric Justian, Costume Designer

Cristina Natividad, Assistant Costume Designer

Karena Sanchez, Assistant Costume Designer

Ashley Dudek, Assistant Costume Designer

The Masked Singer



Marina Toybina, Costume Designer

Grainne O’Sullivan, Costume Supervisor

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After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising with a degree in Fashion Design, Spencer realized that his love for fashion was not entirely found on a runway, but seen on screen through film and television. As a Los Angeles event planner, Spencer began to organize panels of costume designers benefiting students who were fascinated by costume design. As Spencer’s connections within the costume design field began to grow, so did his love for the craft. Then in 2019, Spencer decided it was time to share his love for costume design on an international level and launched The Art of Costume.

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