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Wealth, glamour, rival factions, plots within plots, cinched waists, and plunging necklines — are we talkin' fashion or Game of Thrones, here? To fans of both addictively attractive worlds, the similarities are pretty darn obvious.
But whenever we see an online post promising a foolproof guide to dressing like the lords and ladies of Game of Thrones, what we get are be-caped looks from Etsy that are more costume-y than covetable. And that's okay for some. But not us. We demand more.
So, we've combed the runways and tracked down the high-fashion brands that match each of the major houses of Westeros — from the fearless Greyjoys to the super-luxe Lannisters — in style and spirit. The result is not just a slideshow that reveals what Sansa Stark would wear for fall 2013, but categorical proof that George R.R. Martin reads Vogue on the reg. Enjoy, fantasy fashion fans!
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If you’re living in a dystopian wasteland where pretty much all resources are scarce, it can be near impossible to keep up your beauty or grooming routine. Well, okay, that's at least what we gathered from the recently released stills and poster for Mad Max: Fury Road starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.