As we round the corner on the end of Game of Thrones, only one thing is certain: no matter who comes out on top, every final player will be dressed fabulously. Emmy-winning costume designer Michele Clapton still has a number of extraordinary looks coming up (have you seen Cersei’s new red dress?)—but when it’s all said and done and we close the book on Game of Thrones, you’ll have a chance to peruse the best of the robes, gowns, coats, and suits of armor that made up the rich fabric of Westeros in Insight Editions’ upcoming book, Game of Thrones: The Costumes. In a recent interview, Clapton previewed the collection, and teased the one fashion evolution we’ve all been sleeping on.
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