Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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Warning: Spoilers ahead!
The most momentous thing (from a fashion perspective) to happen in the last episode–which passed with very little commentary by the characters–is that Brienne of Tarth wore a dress. A pink dress lined with fur at the bosom. This is kind of a big deal for someone who’s always wearing armor. We got all the scoop from costume designer Michele Clapton about what she was thinking when she designed that dress and how she wanted Brienne to look. More this way…
You Know That Rumor About Lady Gaga Returning a Semen-Stained Gown? Yeah, it’s really not that crazy. Turns out PRs have a ton of other horror stories about items returned in questionable condition.
Which Designers Are Bringing Whom to the Met Ball? Who’s dressing Jennifer Lawrence? And where will John Galliano be? We’ve got the scoop.
The Great Gatsby Is Finally Hitting Screens: Be sure to read our interview with the Gatsby costume and set designer, Catherine Martin. We have tons of pictures, too.
John Galliano Returns: John Galliano (who’s sporting a new grunge look) got a new gig at Parsons, teaching a master class on the “challenges and complications of leading a design house.” But not everyone is happy about it.
Let the Kate Middleton Baby Bump Watch Commence! Whether it’s a $1,750 silk Erdem number or a $76 Topshop polka dot dress, we’re keeping our eyes on how the Duchess is dressing her royal baby bump. (Could she be hinting at something with the color of this frock?)
In The Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings: Nike scrambles to pull old “Boston Massacre” t-shirts from stores. Now, however, that same shirt is going for $150,000 on eBay.
For one night each year at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner the worlds of politics, Hollywood, and fashion collide. It’s always weird and awesome. Like when Hayden Panettiere met Rahm Emanuel, what did they say to each other?
Last night’s dinner was perhaps the most fashion-filled to date.
Coles is clever, smart, and kind of a fabulous no-nonsense badass. Also, she loves Game of Thrones. In other words, she’s awesome and we were delighted last night when she let us pick her brain at the Matrix Awards after party. Read on for our interview, in which she dishes on that Christine Quinn luncheon, why fashion and politics are so intertwined (and will continue to be), and all the details on the high-profile political event to which she is taking the cast of GoT.
Warning: Many spoilers ahead.
After last week’s rather sleepy and depressing episode, Game of Thrones really upped the ante this week. Daenerys finally comes into her own (in the most awesome girl-power way possible), Sansa and Margaery develop a (possibly fake) friendship, and Cersei is still wearing statement necklaces. The over arching fashion theme? Everyone’s sartorial signature becomes more codified this episode.
The costume breakdown, right this way:
It was a bleak episode for fashion this week on Game of Thrones. Everyone was captured or otherwise just being really dirty and disgusting in general. Ugh. Luckily Daenerys is back this episode to provide a little light (and we have some insight from costume designer Michele Clapton about her outfit), and we are officially introduced to the fetching Missandei.
Click through to check out Daenerys, as well as a fish fashion statement and a few other things that caught our eye this episode.
Spring Into a New Jacket: Put away those down puffer coats ’til October, it’s finally spring! And we’ve found the perfect spring jacket to fit your wardrobe.
Baby Animal Backlash: Carine Roitfeld styled Kate Upton with some adorbs baby animals for a Harper’s Bazaar spread–but readers weren’t too keen on the images. Should Roitfeld stick to chicks from now on?
Doing the Cat Diddy: And speaking of… OMG did you hear that Kate Upton and P. Diddy are like, totally together?