It’s not that we haven’t drooled over Game of Thrones costumes in the past; leather, latex, wool, and so much more than they have been made of. But during the show’s final and 8th series premiere that happened this week at Radio City Musical Hall in New York City, the casts’ and their guests’ red carpet couture surely came close to besting the costumes worn on the super popular HBO fantasy.
Color seemed to be the order of the day. Gry Molvær Hivju wore a bright red gown, as did Rose Leslie a feathery red one. Peter Dinklage’s wife Erica Schmidt went with her own red tunic…matching her husband’s high-necked shirt and pinstriped pants.
Furthering men fashions for the night, plenty of suits were revealed — Sean Bean in a classic cut, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in a patterned ensemble.
Other interesting styles included Dascha Polanco pants and top under a cape jacket. Maisie Williams in a Miu Miu gown, sporting a long skinny train and Emilia Clarke grey ruffles and tulle. While Natalie Dormer wore an off-one-shoulder asymmetrical Armani.
Pretty much the coolest couple whether they are attending the Oscars or a GoT premiere, Jason Momoa & Lisa Bonet wore a pink jacket over a simple black, and a long sleeved gown beaded across the top and sporting brown feathers at its bottom hem, respectively.
Certainly, the haute couture making the most news was what Gwendoline Christie wore (the show’s Brienne of Tarth). She made the full course of blogs and news in a floaty multicolored, Iris van Herpen dress.
Whatever costume designs we come to see this last season on Games of Thrones. However much we are blown away by the intrigue, melee, and magic. Whatever this last season of George R.R. Martin’s classic treats us to. We shan’t soon forget the show or moments like this fashionable high-end premier from the other night.