The Lord of the Bones gave me a fashion bone, that's for sure. I feel like this is a look that Nicola Formichetti could really run with. It SCREAMS Mugler! Put Zombie Boy Rick Genest in that bone mask and REALLY get meta. BEST LOOK OF THE SEASON!
I keep telling Andre Leon Talley "ENOUGH with the Baptist choir robes, darling! It's all about EUNUCH ROBES this year!" But does he listen? NO. At any rate, nobody does the look better than Varys. The Gobelin fabric! The bell sleeves! It's all too, too divine.
Is that a mockingjay pin?
Robb broke out this super-butch leather shirt that I wasn't too keen on, until I noticed the marvelous peplum action at the waist. Very on-tend. Very Jason Wu. Of course Robb can wear ANYTHING and make it look manly.
... as we see HERE, with his Mildred Pierce-like penchant for fox stoles. 1940s glamour in the backwoods of Westeros? Only Robb.
This old guy's chain mail mantle – what does it really accomplish? It protects your clavicles in a duel. Period. But chain mail adds a touch of Auntie Entity chic to any outfit, so carry on, sir.
Having the right look is important, of course, but it's all about how you feature it. For instance, you can have the most heavenly gold neckpiece in the kingdom, but unless you know to seat yourself so the sun hits it AT JUST THE RIGHT ANGLE, it doesn't do you a lick of good. This guy knows. He stole the scene right out from under Tywin Lannister.
I'm always intrigued by the way Ser Davos drapes his cloak - the insouciant way it gathers and folds and pleats JUST SO. You can't learn that. That's something you are BORN with.
Ser Jorah's looking hot in his new armor. Very Daddy Knight.
Finally, I like that the extras in King's Landing all dress like Disney's Aladdin. I'm simply mad for rough trade in elaborately tied sashes, you know.