- Emilia Clarke wore a flowing ice-blue gown for the final season premiere of “Game of Thrones” on Wednesday.
- The Valentino design featured a sheer grey overlay made of ruffled, voluminous chiffon.
- She paired the dress with fiery makeup, wearing a deep shade of red lipstick and slicked-back hair.
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Emilia Clarke attended the final season premiere of “Game of Thrones” on Wednesday in a billowing gown that looked fit for a queen.
She wore an ice-blue dress by Valentino with a flowing sheer grey chiffon overlay that added a layer of voluminous ruffles as she made her way down the carpet.
A closer look at the bodice reveals a poem written across the top: “Leave your door open for me, I might sleepwalk into your arms.”
According to Metro, the poem is part of a collaboration between Valentino designer Pierpaolo Piccioli and four leading poets: Greta Bellamacina, Yrsa Daley-Ward, Mustafa The Poet, and Robert Montgomery. It is not currently clear which poet is responsible for the lines on this particular dress.
The chiffon gown had a classic Cinderella-esque aesthetic, which Clarke toughened up with fiery makeup, wearing a dark shade of red lipstick and slicked-back hair.
For the season six premiere in July 2017, Clarke went with a slightly more toned-down ensemble. She wore a black dress by Erdem with an eye-catching floral print.
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