Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana floral dress for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Dress: Dolce & Gabbana

Actress Emilia Clarke has stolen many hearts since her first appearance as the beloved Khaleesi aka Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones. But you may have already known her before then, as she played Sarah Connor in Terminator Genisys with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yes, same actress!

Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana floral dress for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Dress: Dolce & Gabbana

As the series developed, a lot of buzz started building around Clarke, dubbed by Esquire as the sexiest woman alive. The mother of dragons was building quite a fan base, and her star has been very quickly on the rise, landing new roles for the actress including a role in the next Star Wars film.

Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana pink ruffle gown for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Gown: Giambattista Valli

For their December/January issue, Harper’s Bazaar created a floral fantasy fit for a queen. Emilia looked absolutely stunning in these outdoor adventurist shots that ranged from proper English manicured gardens to lush tropical jungles, to a lake in the park.

Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana floral dress for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Dress: Bottega Veneta // Sandals: Christian Louboutin // Earrings: Cartier

The visuals are rich, and the interview shows rarely seen insights into her life, like her thoughts about finding ‘the one’, how she (amazingly) didn’t have the right look starting out, which led to her depth as an actress, and her thoughts on sex in the industry.

Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana floral dress for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Dress: Valentino // Shoes: Gianvito Rossi // Umbrella: Gucci

Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana floral gown for Harper's Bazaar
Mariano Vivanco-Harper’s Bazaar

Gown: Giambattista Valli // Shoes: Tabitha Simmons

See all of the looks and full article here.

 

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