The rule-breaking, risk-taking actor and model on whats next after Game of Thrones
Little about the actor and sometime simulate Gwendoline Christie is rigorously conventional: she describes herself as someone who hears a norm and wants to sprint in the opposite counseling. Even so, in the hours before we fill, Christie has clearly outclassed herself. The 40 -year-old is just back from New York fashion week, where she dazed a Manhattan crowd silly by accompanying the runway garmented in a huge, floral, giant, rainbow-coloured … What was that thing, I invite?
” I like to think of it as a seductive sea cucumber ,” Christie says.” It moved like an underwater soul. It was phenomenal to wear something “thats been” the product of someone’s unbridled resource .” The attire( feathery, like a Sesame Street outfit minus the headpiece) was made by the Japanese decorator Tomo Koizumi, and evaluating by the reaction of Christie’s supporters online it was a ten-strike. For at least a few hours, their excited yak about the imminent final line of HBO’s GameOf Thrones, in which she plays the warrior Brienne of Tarth, was put aside for discussion of the dress.
“Well,” Christie says, leaning back into a sofa, dressed patently today in shirt, flared trousers and buckled shoes,” I was very entertained by it. It made me feel particularly present and stately. I’ve always found that interesting: robes that draw you feel more than yourself, rather than, as the status of women, wanting to be diminished, wanting to take over less office. I’m interested in exploring the opposite of that- what it’s like to take up more chamber .”