Winter has been coming to Westeros for six seasons, and with the seventh, it’s finally here. In addition to bringing the looming threat of zombie overlords, winter has apparently also inspired the lords and ladies of Westeros to more statement outerwear, bigger brooches, and more inventive ways to wear fur. (Even if it’s Ikea couture. Lookin’ at you, Jon Snow.) Costume designer Michele Clapton has been the visionary behind Game of Thrones’s elaborate looks for the past seven seasons, but it’s clear she has taken cues from the runway, whether for Cersei Lannister’s Balmain-inspired gowns, Euron Greyjoy’s Rick Owens-meets-Yeezy-meets-Pirates of the Caribbean aesthetic, or Daenerys Targeryen’s Fendi furs. It’s no wonder Dolce & Gabbana tapped Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington as two of its new faces earlier this year. See all the best looks in the Seven Kingdoms from Game of Thrones Season 7, here.