Game of Thrones season 7 episode 1: Euron Greyjoy ready for Westeros Fashion Week in anachronistic costume

Supporting Game of Thrones character Euron Greyjoy was a surprise talking point in the first episode of season 7 tonight, debuting a look more befitting of a 21st-century catwalk than a medieval throne room.

Wearing leather trousers, a plunging neckline shirt and tasselled black leather jacket with star detail in King’s Landing, the would-be Lord of the Iron Islands looked more like a steampunk acrobat who freelances at 30 Seconds To Mars concerts.

With a new hair and beard cut, he looked very different from last season:


If you were so distracted by the costume in Euron’s King’s Landing scene you couldn’t focus on its plot points, it saw him mischievously flirt with Cersei, mock Jaime’s one-handedness and try to forge an alliance against Daenerys Targaryen.

The scene ended with him mysteriously promising to return with a “priceless gift”.

The first episode of the new season’s main talking point was Ed Sheeran’s less-than-subtle cameo. You can read our review of the episode here.

Game of Thrones season 7 continues on HBO, Sky Atlantic and NOWTV next Sunday.

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