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152 views • May 22, 2019

Hanfu, Kimono, and Hidden Messages in Game of Thrones’ Costume Design

Five Thousand Years
It's been hiding in plain sight all this time! According to Game of Thrones’ costume designer Michele Clapton, even though the show itself is a fantasy work, she took inspiration for costume designs from all over the world, including “Persians and Inuit and Mongols, Japanese, everything” I found a hidden message in Game of Thrones’ costume design, and according to Chinese ideology it could have foreshadowed all of the major characters’ fate in the show. SPOILER ALERT: This video will contain major spoilers not only from Season 8, but also from the previous seasons. Hanfu, meaning Han Chinese Clothing, or as I'd like to call it Han Couture, is what ancient Chinese people wore for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese Clothes changed from dynasty to dynasty and there exists hundreds of variations. ------------------------------------------ Origin of the Mandarin Collar - https://youtu.be/uyL0OcvpnYE History of the Horse Face Skirt - https://youtu.be/BLQrO2XYcaY ------------------------------------------ #GameofThrones #GameofThronesCostume #HanfuKimono ------------------------------------------ Facebook: Five Thousand Years Instagram: Five_Thousand_Years 中文Youtube頻道:https://goo.gl/MPJijL ------------------------------------------ Cinematographer: Jimmy Xie https://www.jimmycxie.com
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