The 26th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards were held at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown on Saturday.
The event, hosted by Yvette Nicole Brown, honors the best production designers in film, television and media of 2021, and con sometimes be an indicator of who will take home theses honors at the upcoming Academy Awards.
Actress Alexandra Daddario was among the stars on hand to serve as presenters throughout the ceremony.
Glowing: Alexandra Daddario, 35, showed off her charisma during the red carpet walk at the 26th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday
Daddario, 35, made her grand arrival and was quickly ushered over to do the red carpet.
Oozing leading lady charisma and appeal, the New York City native stunned in a black, one-shoulder gown.
For an added touch of style, the part that went over the shoulder also had a sheer puff sleeve.
She matched the stunning number perfectly with a pair of pointed black heels, and had her dark tresses styled long, voluminous, with a part on the slight left.
Unique: The actress stunned in a black, one-shoulder gown that had an added touch of style by having a sheer, loose-fitting left sleeve
Classy style: The True Detective star had her dark tresses styled long, voluminous, and with a part on the slight left
Working it: While on the red carpet, the Baywatch babe switched between flashing an infectious and glowing smile with a more serious look
The True Detective star decided to steer away from wearing any noticeable accessories, with the exception of her gorgeous diamond engagement ring.
Daddario and film producer Andrew Form confirmed their engagement in early December, although they haven’t gone public with any potential details about a wedding date.
While on the red carpet, the Baywatch babe switched between flashing an infectious and glowing smile to a more serious look.
Later, during the ceremony, Daddario hit the stage as one of the presenters, which also included Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Costner, Jeffrey Wright, Catherine O’Hara, Marcia Gay Harden and Wendi McLendon-Covey.
Engagement bling: The True Detective star decided to steer away from wearing any noticeable accessories, with the exception of her diamond engagement ring
Getting hitched: The actress confirmed her engagement to film producer Andrew Form in December
Glowing: Daddario was one of the high-profile presenters who helped hand out the awards
As previously announced by The Hollywood Reporter, The Power Of The Dog director Jane Campion was honored with the Cinematic Imagery Award.
This particular award is given to those whose body of work in the film and television industry has enhanced the visual aspects of the viewer’s experience.
Previous recipients of the Cinematic Imagery Award include Ryan Murphy, Chuck Lorre, Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, John Lasseter, George Lucas, and Clint Eastwood, according to Variety.
There was also a tribute to Dune director Denis Villeneuve, who was presented with the William Cameron Menzies Award.
Taking to the stage: Kevin Costner seen speaking on stage during the ceremony
Star power: Benedict Cumberbatch served as one of the high-profile presenters
Dune Director Denis Villeneuve was honored with the William Cameron Menzies Award
Nightmare Alley (Production Designer: Tamara Deverell) took home the prize for period feature film, while Dune (Production Designer: Patrice Vermett) snagged the award for fantasy feature film.
Daniel Craig’s final Bond film No Time to Die (Production Designer: Mark Tildesley) was awarded the gong for contemporary feature film.
Encanto (Production Designers: Ian Gooding, Lorelay Bové) earned the animated feature film prize.
Some other winners included Marvel’s WandaVision (Production Designer: Mark Worthington) in the television movie or limited series category and Netflix’s Squid Game: Gganbu (Production Designer: Chae Kyoung-sun) in the one-hour contemporary single-camera series category.
And the trophy goes to… Catherine O’Hara was all smiles when she hot the stage to announce one of the awards
Wowing the crowd: Yvette Nicole Brown performing her hosting duties during the award show
IN the spotlight: Marcia Gay Harden and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau shared the spotlight during the 26th annual Art Directors Guild Awards at InterContinental Los Angeles