Who would have thought those capes weren't real fur! . Game of Thrones returns for a seven-episode seventh season on July 16. More specifically, one would assume that growing up in the North, then spending a chunk of time in the Night's Watch perched upon the Wall and later venturing beyond it, that one of Jon Snow's (Kit Harrington) highest priorities would be keeping that lovely head of his protected from winter's icy paws. However, according to Michele Clapton, the head costume designer for the show, the process of making these capes was a lot less strenuous than you would think.
Well, now you can!
IKEA wants to spread the do-it-yourself fun by releasing instructions on exactly how you have to cut the rug to get that medieval look. A costume designer revealed that some of the impressive cloaks worn by the members of the Night's Watch are in fact nothing more than carefully aged and adapted IKEA rugs. It's a bit of a truth.
The actor also attempts to convince us that Jon Snow couldn't care less about his parentage with the Night King on his mind, but we'll see about that when he finally finds out that he's a legitimate Targaryen with a claim to the throne.
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"We love that our customers can take everyday IKEA items and repurpose them with a different function or style", Ikea spokeswoman Mona Liss told Quartz.
I want the audience to nearly smell the costumes. "Here they were waxed and frosted so they belonged to the landscape". You can recreate the celebrated Northern fashions yourselves.
Perhaps wait until Winter Is Coming? .