The six-time Emmy winner also held a behind-the-scenes team design competition, like she did on 'The Crown.'
Clapton reminisces with Fashionista about her favorite Game of Thrones costumes, the tricky problem-solving her team tackled, Daenerys' internet-breaking coat and the truth about Jon Snow's fur cloak, which was actually not from Ikea (!).
From performing mannequin surgery to building hidden foundation garments for all the gorgeous gowns in "The Crown."
The 2018 Emmy-nominated costume designers share their biggest challenges — behind-the-scenes fun facts, included.
You won't see any costume design awards on Sunday's Emmys; they already happened behind-the-scenes. That needs to change.
All the Emmy-nominated costume designers share their biggest behind-the-scenes challenge.
Emmy winner Michele Clapton looked to history and her own vintage issues of 'Vogue' for inspiration.
Here's everything you need to know about Arya's transformation, Daenerys's bespoke jewelry and that unusual prostitute dress.
Leather thorns! Hand-rolled roses! Hair sausages! All the details about the Purple Wedding looks, straight from 'Game of Thrones' costume and hair designers.
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...
Warning: Many spoilers ahead! This might have been the nakedest episode of Game of Thrones yet. And that's saying a lot. It's sort of hard to talk about the fashion when no one was wearing any clothes, but we'll try our best.
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.
Game of Thrones Season Three is officially in full swing, and we've settled in for the long haul. While last night's episode was sadly lacking in Daenerys scenes, we're still obsessing over that claw necklace she wore in the premiere. Costumer Michele Clapton tells us why it's significant.
Game of Thrones is officially back for its third season and last night's premiere was definitely worth the (cruelly long) wait--both in the fashion and drama department. Jon Snow's hair is as magnificant as ever (if a little dirtier), Daenerys is really learning how to kick ass (and accessorize!) and the Margaery/Cersei "fashion fight" that G of T's costume designer Michele Clapton told us about is shaping up to be every bit as snarky as we hoped it would be. Click through to see the fashion from the first episode of season three. Spoilers ahead!
It might officially be spring now, but make no mistake: Winter is coming. And so is season three of Game of Thrones! Finally. Hasn't it felt like th
Obsessed? So are we.