“Game of Thrones” Season Five San Francisco Premiere

Posted on March 25, 2015

The people of Westeros came out in their finery to get their pictures taken and the results, as per usual with the people of Westeros, were highly mixed. Get your judgin’ pants on, we’re going to work.

 

Emilia Clarke in Alexander McQueen
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Not bad. Satin’s always tricky on the RC, but the sense of drama here makes up for all the wrinkling. Love the belt, but the sleeves are a bit too tricky.

 

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
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Helloooo, Kingslayer.

This may be a personal best for him.

 

 

Maisie Williams in Markus Lupfer
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Cute. The disco ball clutch is amazing. Doesn’t really go with the dress, but still.

 

 

Kit Harington
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Still hasn’t figured out smiling yet.

Still dresses like depression in suit form.

 

 

Nathalie Emmanuel in Mugler
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Gorgeous. Love the color combo and the tricky shoulder.

 

 

Peter Dinklage
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We’re not sure we can sign off on that fairly horrible leather coat over what looks like a decent suit.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie Jean Paul Gaultier Couture
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Honey, we can’t. We’re all for bold and dramatic choices, but you’ve got no sense for how to pull them off with finesse. Every outfit is like a bomb going off.

 

 

Michiel Huisman in Louis Vuitton
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 Totally “Courtship of Eddie’s Father.”

 

 

Sophie Turner in Chalayan
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Pretty dress, but the tight ‘do and the white shoes aren’t the best way to finish it off, we’re thinking. A pale pink shoe and softer hair is the way to go.

[Photo Credit: Jonathan Shensa/PR Photos]

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