Best & Worst Dressed: Game Of Thrones

03:28, Mar 20 2013
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The Third White Maxi - Once porn star, now an acclaimed actress, Sibel Kekilli - aka Tyrion's love Shae - wears an at-once edgy and frumpy cream dress. We actually like this though, it's interesting.
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The Second White Maxi - Looking almost nothing like her character Cersei Lannister, Lena Headey opted for a white shirt dress. Now, this could easily have gone very, very wrong, but we actually love it (minus the ironing issues). It's the accessories that have saved her.
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The Wild Card - A blue satin evening dress with bright orange hair and red boots, a look only Spaniard-Brit Natalia Tena, who both plays the accordion in the band Molotov Jukebox and stars as big-hearted wildling, Osha, could pull off.
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The Best - Emilia Clarke could certainly tame dragons in this Victoria Beckham pure-blue dress. The in-built corset on the dress is very GOT, and her raven locks look perfect in a middle part. It's great to see her and Khal so happy again.
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The Good (because she can pull quirky off) - Standing at a strong six foot three, Gwendoline Christie, aka Brienne of Tarth, stuck with metallic armour for the premiere, but in the form of a chic gold cocktail dress. Check her out cracking Sarah Silverman up (follow Gwendoline on Twitter, she's funny).
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The First White Maxi - Oona Chaplin struck plenty of comedy poses while rocking a bowler hat on the red carpet - perhaps an ode to her famous granddad, Charlie? While we'd never wear it, it's fun and fresh and we're loving her black mani-pedi.
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The Good - Natalie Dormer - who has a seriously strange photo face - wears a green and white Roland Mouret dress, which has been adored and worn by many this season, including Samantha Barks and Karolina Kurkova (it's hard to top a supe'). She plays Margaery Tyrell in the show.
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The Bad - Michelle Fairley, 49, wears a bright white dress with dashes of orange - we'd have gone for different shoes, and aren't keen on the shape on her, but we won't go on, as we don't want to mess with Catelyn Stark.
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The Worst - Carice van Houten, who plays Melisandre of the crazy-birth-scene in the show, wears a dress that's a touch too short to support its froth-explosion skirt. We're sorry scary lady, please don't squirt fire bombs at us...
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The Subtly Sultry - Esme Bianco, who plays prostitute Ros in the show, wears a mesh with lace overlay dress - she works it.
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The Good - Free from the clutches of that nasty little boy king, Sophie 'Sansa' Turner, wears an LBD crafted entirely out of rosettes. Super elegant at just 17.
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The Next Best - Super on-trend in Pantone's colour of the year, emerald, Rose Leslie couldn't look further from frumpy-in-fur Ygritte. Here, our two fashion winners pose with the creator of Game Of Thrones, George R. R. Martin.

The ladies of Westeros and Essos (side note: how not like their characters do most of the actresses look?) stepped out for the season three premiere of the fantasy series last night.

Here's our pick of the best and worst dressed at the glam event.  

Who was your favourite on the night?

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