“Game of Thrones” Season 8 Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on April 04, 2019

It was both the premiere of Game of Thrones’ final season and also Old Home Week as some of the dead folks came back to support their still-living co-stars. The fashion ranged from eye-popping to distressingly dull. Come with us on a journey of judgment.



Alfie Allen

If he buttoned the jacket, this would all come together nicely, if a little dull.




Carice van Houten in Ronald van der Kemp

It really doesn’t matter what she wears. She will always make it look a little witchy. Love the drama of the shoulders paired with the long skirt.



Charles Dance

Almost perfect. Should’ve splurged for a new pair of shoes.



Daniel Portman

Dull as room temperature dish water.




Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson

The man-mountain did alright for himself. We won’t ding him for not closing the jacket; not just because he’s the size of a sports car but also because he might hear us. And is the size of a sports car.



Hannah Murray in Sachin & Babi

Simple, but the bold color helps the look a lot.




Iain Glen

Okay Divorced Dad. Dial it back a little.




Indira Varma

Hideously cray but kind of fun.




Isaac Hempstead Wright

This crowd really doesn’t go for buttoning their jackets, do they? So used to just piling on the fur pelts, we suppose.



Jacob Anderson

This isn’t the kind of suit that calls for boots. The proportions look a little off.



Jerome Flynn

Aging Punk Chic. We’re okay with all of this, although that jacket is shaped kind of weird.



Joe Dempsie

A whole lot of really dull suiting in this crowd.




Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner (in Louis Vuitton)

The dress is cute, the makeup is slaying. His suit is … well, it’s not generic at least. He could do with a fuller cut in the pants, though.



John Bradley

Funeral director.



Liam Cunningham

The fit is slightly off but it’s a great suit and the colors look fantastic on him.




Lisa Bonet (in Christian Dior) and Jason Momoa

He’s gotten so much better at the red carpet since his movie made a billion dollars. It’s amazing how quickly a person can clean up their look when piles of money start raining down on them. Love the pink jacket and the simple chicness of the rest of his outfit. She is perfectly on point, serving up the kind of high-fashion folk-boho that seems to have been devised entirely with her in mind.



Maisie Williams in Miu Miu

LOVe the hair and makeup, love the skirt, hate the bodice.




Natalie Dormer in Giorgio Armani

Serve that face and body, girl. Not sure about that sleeve, though.



Nathalie Emmanuel in Ermanno Scervino

That’s a harsh red and she deserves a much more stylish dress.



Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Thank you for not being dull, Kingslayer. Love your suit.



Pedro Pascal

It’s fine. Just okay.



Peter Dinklage

We’re not super-hot on that jacket design – too many buttons, we think – but we love the pant/boot combination.



Pilou Asbæk in Rag & Bone

It’s a turtleneck with a double-breasted suit. We are furious.



Rory McCann

He did his best.



Sean Bean

Big Daddy Ned came home. He looks great, but the shoes are wrong.



Sibel Kekilli

It’s a bit much but if the skirt had been lined better, it would feel a little more cohesive.


Don’t miss our thoughts on the looks worn by Emilia Clarke, Gwendoline Christie, Kit Harrington & Rose Leslie and the super-cray styling of Miss Sarah Paulson.




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