In a red satin dress with a deep neckline, Elizabeth Debicki showed herself at the ceremony

In a red satin dress with a deep neckline, Elizabeth Debicki showed herself at the ceremony

She received praise from the critics for her portrayal of Princess Diana last year.

When Elizabeth Debicki hit the stage on Monday for the 25th Costume Designers Guild Awards at The Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles,

she continued to ape the late Princess with another glitzy appearance.

At the prestigious event, the 32-year-old The Crown star presented the prize for excellence in sci-fi/fantasy film, flaunting her trim figure in a low-cut red satin gown.

Elizabeth appeared on the red carpet before the ceremony while wearing an exceptionally low cut dress with a billowing skirt, revealing a hint of her cleavage.

Moreover, the Australian actress reconnected with Baz Luhrmann, whose 2013 film The Great Gatsby served as her US debut performance.

Elizabeth’s dress had a floor-length skirt, a frighteningly plunging front secured by wide, gold chained straps, and a loose fit.

She carried the medal as she entered the stage, keeping her blonde hair in free waves.

Austin Butler, the lead of Baz’s most recent movie Elvis and the overwhelming favorite to win Best Actor at the Oscars next month, was spotted posing with Elizabeth backstage.

Several outstanding designers of costumes were honored at the presentation, with significant prizes going to Wednesday on Netflix, House of the Dragon on HBO, and Elvis.

Catherine Martin won the trophy for Excellence in Period Cinema for Elvis, and Austin, the star, gave her the award.

She triumphed against costume designers from Babylon, Don’t Worry Sweetheart, and The Woman King, among other films.

Jany Temime, who created the costumes for House of the Dragon, earned the prize for excellence in science fiction and fantasy television.

She defeated creators from Westworld, The Witcher: Blood Origin, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.

Wednesday: Colleen Atwood & Mark Sutherland received for Excellence in Modern Television for their work as the show’s costume designers on «Wednesday’s Child is Full of Sorrow.»

Throughout the evening, numerous unique awards were also given out.

The prestigious collaboration award went to Bette Midler, and the spotlight award went to Angela Bassett.

Deborah L. Scott, an Oscar-winning costume designer for Titanic and Avatar: The Way of Water, received the Career Achievement Award.

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