The Emmy award winning designer behind Game of Thrones, Michele Clapton, has developed an increasingly impressive repertoire in the past few years. The designer has faced one of her biggest challenges yet, highlighting through costume the descent of Westeros into Winter. The show is known for its strong female characters, do you purposefully try to empower women through dress?
Proving that Game of Thrones reaches a wide swath of the population, the show's latest collaboration brings together two very unlikely bedfellows: streetwear and the world of Westeros. Teen Vogue reports that HBO is celebrating Game of Thrones ' seventh season by enlisting a cadre of streetwear designers to riff on the show's iconic imagery. The collection, called Rep the Realm, will include several drops in the next few weeks, with labels Carrots, Billionaire Boys Club, ALIFE, Dee & Ricky, 40s & Shorties, Koio, and V/SUAL on deck.
Not a funny kinda guy? No worries, man; let your clothes be the joke this festive season. Christmas is the one time of year you can legit bust out an ugly jumper and actually get compliments. This year’s novelty knits are better than ever, forget your Santa and Rudolph with their bums out (so basic); this year’s Christmas jumper game is on point, we’re talking cultural references, retro nostalgia and puntastic wit.
Please don’t call Williams cute. Games of Thrones star Maisie Williams recently told the UK’s The Telegraph that she’s fed up with it. “When someone calls me cute, I take it as a compliment,” said Olivia, one woman I polled for this story.
The cast of “Game of Thrones” were out in full force last night, for the season 6 premiere of the TV show in LA. Sophie Turner, Emilia Clarke, Maisie Williams and Lena Headey all looked beautiful in an array of designer gowns and fashion-forward co-ords, but it was Faye Dunaway who stole the show. The 75-year-old actress opted to wear a bralet with a completely sheer top, flaunting her incredible toned tum. Which look’s your favourite?
Game Of Thrones may be one of the greatest TV shows ever but now Game Of Scones is here to make cooking a bloodthirsty treat. It just so happens that those sweet treats are designed in the Game Of Thrones spirit - and that means gory and gruesome.