Characters of the "Game of Thrones" wear carpets from Ikea instead of fur coats
The cost of one series of "Games of Thrones" is estimated at $ 10 million. Therefore, it would be logical to assume that these funds go not only for special effects (fire-breathing dragons and white walkers look like living ones!), But also for the costumes of heroes who are muffled in sable, fox and mink furs ... But no, costume designer Michelle Clapton said that all the massive fur coats of the Night Watch soldiers were created from ... the most common carpets bought in Ikea.
Publication from the Official Account IKEAARussia (@ikea_rus)Aug 7 2017 at 2:13 pdt
"We cut out patterns from them," she shared the find, "they shave, artificially aged and gave them a shabby look." It turned out so convincingly that for three years in a row, Michelle Clapton received an Emmy for the best costumes. After such recognition, watching the show would be awkward. On the other hand, now we know that the props can be of any kind, the main thing is that in the frame it should look great!
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