Game of Threads: The Bells

Michele Clapton has never shied away from giving us heavy symbolism during important moments for the characters. Sometimes it’s visually very obvious like Sansa’s “Eyrie” dress, Margaery’s wedding gown, or Cersei’s “Tywin” homage when she takes her crown. Sometimes it’s subtler like a dagger woven into a textile, or the deeper meaning of a particular […]

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Wins Two BAFTA Craft Awards & Series-wide Special Award!

Last week it was announced that Game of Thrones would receive a special award at the BAFTA Craft Awards for “the craft behind the making of the critically acclaimed series and their outstanding contribution to revolutionising and pushing the boundaries within the various crafts involved in making all the 67 episodes to date”. As we […]

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Jacob Anderson wishes Varys was a merman, Michele Clapton talks dressing two queens, and more

With season 7 of Game Of Thrones ending Sunday, the dust has just now settled here at the Wall from a frenzy of recaps, roundups, post-mortems, analyses and interviews from cast and crew about the epic season finale. However, despite officially entering the offseason, the news is still coming fast and thick. Here’s what we’ve rounded […]

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Michele Clapton talks dressing the reunited Starks and Indian company discusses replicating Westeros

The gleaming swords and daggers, the regal crowns, the intricate embroidery on gowns and robes — part of the appeal for Game Of Thrones fans is the level of detail in the costuming and the beautifully imagined world it helps to create. In a recent article from Broadly, fans got a peek behind the curtain at how some […]

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