The influence of ‘Game of Thrones’ on the fashion industry
In the year If you’re surprised by the mid-2010s resurgence of column dresses, faux fur accents, and an almost militant, dramatic dark dress sense, you don’t know there’s that subtle influence. Game of Thrones He had on the fashion industry.
If we look at Daenerys alone, her evolution from a desert beauty to a triumphant princess has evolved into a more refined and dominant image with several muted and dramatic maxi dresses that serve as armor.
Her white gown from the show’s fifth season was directly inspired by the same design by Valentino from the luxury maison’s Spring/Summer 2013 haute couture collection.
“Many designers claim to be inspired by the designs on the show—Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, Alberta Ferretti, for example.” Game of Thrones Costume designer Michelle Clapton explained. Attractive In 2019
Of course, in the years since the excess of skin, more balanced and virtual-core inspired images have begun to emerge from the runway and from real life. And no, these looks weren’t just for LARP or cosplay—live-action role-playing and costume play, respectively.
How will ‘House of Dragons’ live up to ‘Game of Thrones’?
for days Dragon Houseit seems that they are clearly taking a hint Game of Thrones The virtual impact of their own press tour.
At the show’s world premiere, the cast clearly looked to the archives of the costume department for futuristic, gothic gowns that fit snugly against the back. Game of Thrones.
Australian newcomer Millie Alcock took a cue from mythology by donning a Greek goddess-inspired cream dress from Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2006 collection.
Alcock, complete with a gold veil, is proving that her character Rhaenyra Targaryen is worthy of the Iron Throne.
Emma D’Arcy, who plays the older version of Rhaenyra, opted for an oversized Vetements dress, a choice we could easily see Brienne of Tarth wearing on a day when she wasn’t expecting Jaime Lannister.
Elsewhere, Emily Carey opted for an unstructured collection designed by Matthew W Williams for Givenchy.
Featuring a faux fur trimmed long-sleeve top, cut-out flowers and thigh-high rubber boots, this is what Jon Snow and Daenerys’ supposed offspring wore to her coronation.
So, with Dragon House Take it wisely Game of Thrones Fashion influence, is this a sign that the costumes of the event will be equally influential?
As we’ve seen from the limited trailer, the crimson motif is woven into every Targaryen character, and it’s clear that the families platinum blonde locks aren’t going anywhere, only time will tell if medieval designs will be on the runway.
We can’t wait until August 22nd to see the show’s fashion go up in flames or leave their legacy as another fashion triumph.
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