”Sometimes we create a whole town that we’ll never go back to, so we’ll have upwards of 60 or 70 costumes, plus blood doubles and extras for stunts,” Clapton says. ”In season 2 there was a whole town of costumes [from Qarth], and I thought, ‘We have to do something with these!’ We dyed them, distressed them, and created a wardrobe for a whole new group of people. You have to be practical.”
”We see her developing her own style and becoming her own woman, and her look changes quite a lot,” Clapton says of Daenerys’ fancy new clothes, like this metal-print silk dress. ”For the first time, we actually get to see her looking quite glamorous. This is her chance to shine.”
”Joffrey is becoming more crazed, so he has a lot of new, opulent costumes,” says Clapton, whose wardrobe team includes master embroiderer Michele Carragher. ”We have specific costumers for specific characters.”
Game of Thrones
HBO's epic fantasy drama based on George R.R. Martin's novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'