Picture your favorite Game of Thrones character. Now picture that character gallivanting through Westeros in jeans and a T-shirt — it's just not the same. That's why today's opening of "The Art of Television Costume Design," which showcases outstanding TV costuming from 2015 and 2016, including Primetime Emmy nominees in costume design, is so very revealing. You realize that the empty threads propped up before you — the chainmail and leather of Game of Thrones or the velvet and lace of Downton Abbey — are as much a part of the shows you love as the acting, writing and special effects.
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