From a dramatic vampy Christian Siriano gown at the SAGs to a bright yellow Molly Goddard dress at the Golden Globes, Bridgerton star Nicola Coughlan has been going all out with her looks this awards season, and her appearance at last night's Costume Designers Guild Awards was no different.

The Costume Designers Guild Awards work to honor the "achievement of excellence" in costume design across film, television, and short-form design.

The 23rd annual event was hosted by To All the Boys star Lana Condor and saw a myriad of talented designers take home awards, from Mulan's Bina Daigeler to Ma Rainey's Black Bottom's Ann Roth.

Coughlan attended the 23rd ceremony to present the 'Distinguished Collaborator Award' to television producers Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers.

The Shondaland creators - whose shows include Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and Bridgerton - have a rich history of working with costume designers to create dazzling wardrobes that compliment a character's story.

"Costumes are more than what the actors tell on screen," said Shonda. "Costumes tell story. The spirit and journey of every character is communicated in every ballgown, every scrub cap, every white hat you see on screen. We want to thank all the creative genius minds that have partnered with Shondaland over the years to tell our stories."

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Styled by Aimée Croysdill, Nicola attended the event virtually wearing an incredible flock lace dress from Christopher Kane, which you can find here for €1,395.

The statement dress is notable for its nude lining and velvet flocked lace, a pleated A-line skirt, fitted waist and eye-catching bell sleeves.

The Galway girl accessorised the look with Christian Louboutin shoes and Tilly Sveaas jewellery.

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Make-up artist Neil Young completed the 'red on red' look by using a bold Mac liquid lipstick in Feel so Grand and Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat lip liner in Kiss and Tell.

Her flawless foundation is from Clé de Peau Beauté while her light pink sheer blush is from Iconic London. The look was completed with Riot Eyes eyeshadow from Egyptian Magic and Disturbia mascara from Givenchy.

The 34-year-old's bold look was balanced out with a simple up-do, styled by celebrity hair stylist Halley Brisker.