You’re invited to our Q&A: Meet costume designers of ‘Black-ish,’ ‘Catch-22,’ ‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ ‘Yellowstone’

You are invited to attend our Q&A discussion with four of TV’s top costume designers who now compete for Emmys. Join us on Thursday, June 6, at 7 p.m. at the Landmark Theater at 10850 W. Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles. Admission and parking are free. TV Academy and guild members will get priority seating.

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Gold Derby senior editor Joyce Eng will moderate the Q&A with the following contenders for 2019 awards consideration:

RUTH CARTER represents Paramount Network for “Yellowstone

Carter won at the Oscars this year for “Black Panther” and was nominated twice before for “Malcolm X” and “Amistad.” She has been nominated at the Costume Designers Guild Awards for “Selma” and won for “Black Panther.” Her prior Emmy nomination was for “Roots.”

MICHELLE COLE represents ABC for “Black-ish

Cole was nominated at last year’s Emmy Awards for “Black-ish.” She also had four previous bids for “In Living Color.” Other projects in her career have included “The Steve Harvey Show,” “The Bernie Mac Show” and “The Soul Man.”

JENNY EAGAN represents Hulu for “Catch-22

Eagan received an Emmy nomination for “Olive Kitteridge.” She has been nominated at the Costume Designers Guild Awards for the films “Beasts of No Nation and “Widows” plus for her television work on “Olive Kitteridge,” “True Detective” and “Nespresso: The Quest.”

GERSHA PHILLIPS represents CBS All Access for “Star Trek: Discovery

Phillips has been nominated three times at the Costume Designers Guild Awards for “Star Trek: Discovery” (twice) and “Star Trek: Short Treks.” Other projects in her career have included films “Tangled,” “Narc,” “Talk to Me,” “Miles Ahead” and First Sunday” plus TV projects such as “Evel Knievel,” “Barbershop,” “A Raisin in the Sun” and “The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe.”

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