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ZARZAR MODELING AGENCY known throughout the world as simply ZARZAR MODELS congratulates ZARZAR MODEL Jessica Harbour from the Women’s Division for her national editorial in World Wrestling Entertainment Magazine (WWE Magazine) as the Superfan Model of the Month for January 2011. You can pick up the latest magazine edition at your local Barnes & Noble book store throughout the United States.
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From the high fashion runways of Los Angeles to future magazine editorial work you can bet that this stunning beauty from San Diego, Southern California will continue to surprise its growing legion of fans throughout the world.
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ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top female modeling agencies in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Beverly Hills representing women in print editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency has as partners fashion modeling agencies in major fashion cities such as San Francisco, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Milan, and Sao Paulo Brazil and recruits and represents models throughout the world through its global fashion and modeling network.
The acquisition of prestigious Italian fashion house Versace by Michael Kors and the name change of the parent company from Michael Kors to Capri Holdings has once again changed the luxury fashion world. This new luxury fashion conglomerate is perhaps the first for the United States, in a world where luxury fashion has been traditionally led by prestigious fashion conglomerates based in France, Italy, Britain, and Switzerland.
Michael Kors has sealed the acquisition of Italian fashion brand Versace for 2.1 billion United States dollars, adding the Versace brand to its multi-brand fashion portfolio and renaming the newly created group as Capri Holdings. But more importantly, by acquiring Versace, the American fashion retailer Michael Kors is building its own fashion conglomerate, now entering the major league, and competing with global luxury fashion companies such as French conglomerate LVMH. In other words, Michael Kors is looking at this as a long term investment in order to strengthen its position in the global luxury fashion market.
L Brands was founded in 1963 when founder and current CEO Les Wexner opened his first “The Limited” store. In 1969, Wexner took the company public and in 1982 Wexner acquired the Victoria’s Secret brand for USD 1 million. After acquiring and spinning of several brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) and the sale of its oldest brand “The Limited”, the current L Brands group looks as follows:
*Victoria’s Secret: L Brands’ flagship brand and world renowned lingerie brand.
*Pink: Separate store concept from Victoria’s Secret but grouped under the latter, Pink is a women’s lingerie retailer focused on teenagers, college students and young professionals.
*Bath & Body Works: Market leading specialty retailer in home fragrances, candles, soaps, …
*La Senza: Women Lingerie retailer, focusing on a younger target audience than Victoria’s Secret.
*Henri Bendel: Upscale retailer of handbags, accessories, women clothing and fragrances.
Let’s take a closer look at the different segments.
Victoria’s Secret is the iconic women’s underwear brand that is sold globally. It is known for its yearly fashion show that is watched by millions of people in more than 200 countries and for its lingerie models, the “Victoria’s Secret Angels”.
We can hear our mothers saying: take an umbrella, moisturize your elbows, hide an extra $20 bill (and pads or tampons) in your purse because you will never know when you will need them, and most importantly do not forget your ears when putting on sunscreen. Did we forget save for retirement?
Before we had tricks and tips for everything, there was mom shouting at you as you walked out the door or pulling you aside to give you some valuable knowledge that she learned over decades of life experiences. Our mothers have always been a fountain of life wisdom, but somehow, when it came to bras, we missed out on a few professional tips in our youth. Now that we know them, they have changed our lives forever (at least when it comes to wearing the perfect bra for every single fashion event, model casting calls, or for simply going out with our friends).
1. Sister Sizes.
Did you know your bra cup size varies based on your band size? A “34C” bra cup size is actually the same as a “36B” bra cup size. It is true and they are called sister sizes. Who knew? Most of us simply had no idea.
2. Hand Wash Your Bras. Really.
Say what? File this one under “Mom did tell me, I just never listened.”
Hand washing your bras is much gentler than machine washing and will help your bras last a lot longer. But if you just can’t be bothered because you simply do not have the time, at the very minimum use a lingerie bag in the washing machine. But most importantly, try to never put your beautiful and expensive bras in the dryer.
Salvatore Ferragamo (5 June 1898 – 7 August 1960) was an Italian shoe designer and the founder of luxury goods high-end retailer Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.. Ferragamo worked with many Hollywood stars in the 1920s, before returning to Italy to found the eponymous company making unique handmade footwear. His scientific and creative approach to shoes spawned many innovations such as the wedge heel and cage heel. Film stars and celebrities continue to patronize his company, which has evolved into an international empire spanning the world.
Salvatore Ferragamo was born in 1898 to a poor family in Bonito, Italy, near Avellino, the eleventh of 14 children. After making his first pair of shoes for himself, a pair of high heels, at age nine (and his sisters to wear at their confirmation), young Salvatore decided that he had found his calling.
After studying shoemaking in Naples for a year, Ferragamo opened a small store based in his parent’s home. In 1914, he emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, where one of his brothers worked in a cowboy boot factory. After a brief stint at the factory, Ferragamo convinced his brothers to move to California, first Santa Barbara then Hollywood. It was here that Ferragamo found success, initially opening a shop for repair and made-to-measure shoes, which soon became prized items among celebrities of the day, leading to a long period of designing footwear for the cinema. However, his thriving reputation as ‘Shoemaker to the Stars’ only partially satisfied him. He could not fathom why his shoes pleased the eye yet hurt the foot, so he proceeded to study anatomy at the University of Southern California.
After spending thirteen years in the US, Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, settling in Florence. He began to fashion shoes for the wealthiest and most powerful women of the century, from the Maharani of Cooch Behar to Eva Peron to Marilyn Monroe. He opened a workshop in the Via Mannelli, concentrating his efforts in experimenting with design, applying for patents for ornamental and utility models and some related inventions. Although he filed for bankruptcy in 1933 due to bad management and economic pressures, Ferragamo nonetheless expanded his operation during the 1950s to a workforce of around 700 expert artisans that produced 350 pairs of handmade shoes a day.
“The Rainbow” was created by Salvatore Ferragamo in 1938 and was the first instance of the platform shoe returning in modern days in the West. The platform sandal was designed for American singer and actress Judy Garland. The shoe was a tribute to Judy Garland’s signature song “Over the Rainbow” performed in The Wizard of Oz (1938) feature film. The shoe was a crafted using uniquely shaped slabs of cork that were covered in suede to build up the wedge and gold kidskin was used for the straps. His creation was a result of experimentations with new materials because of wartime rationing during World War II.
Salvatore Ferragamo died in 1960 at the age of 62, but his name lives on as an international company, which has expanded its operations to include luxury shoes, bags, eyewear, silk accessories, watches, perfumes and a ready-to-wear clothing line. At his death his wife Wanda and later their six children (Fiamma, Giovanna, Fulvia, Ferruccio, Massimo and Leonardo) ran the company. Ferragamo was always recognized as a visionary, and his designs ranged from the strikingly bizarre objet d’art to the traditionally elegant, often serving as the main inspiration to other footwear designers of his time and beyond.
His most famous invention is arguably the “Cage Heel”. Fiamma (Salvatore’s eldest daughter who died in 1998) inherited her father’s inimitable talent and came up with the “Vara pumps” in 1978.
A museum dedicated to Ferragamo’s life and work opened in the Palazzo Spini Feroni in 1995. The palazzo had been bought by Ferragamo in the 1930s.
In March 2013, Ferragamo’s fashion house, Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A., established the Ferragamo Foundation in Florence. The foundation was formed to cultivate young fashion designers, based on the ideas of Salvatore Ferragamo.
The company is currently owned by the Ferragamo family, which in November 2006 included Salvatore’s widow Wanda, five children, 23 grandchildren and other relatives. There is a rule that only 3 members of the family can work at the company, prompting fierce competition.
Wanda Ferragamo Miletti has led the group since 1960, when her husband and founder of the company, Salvatore, died. She is currently Honorary Chairman.
Born 5 June 1898
Died 7 August 1960 (aged 62)
Residence Florence, Italy
Alma mater University of Southern California
Occupation Shoe designer
Known for Founder of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A..
Label(s) Salvatore Ferragamo
Spouse(s) Wanda Ferragamo-Miletti
About Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.
Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. [salvaˈtoːre ferraˈɡaːmo] is an Italian luxury goods company, with headquarters in Florence, Italy. It specializes in shoes, leather goods, Swiss-made timepieces, and ready-to-wear for men and women. The company licences eyewear and watches.
It is the parent company of the Ferragamo Group which employs about 4,000 persons and maintains a network of over 685 mono-brand stores, and it runs operations in Italy and worldwide.
Salvatore Ferragamo emigrated from southern Italy to the US, first to Boston and then California in 1914. He opened the Hollywood Boot Shop in 1923 and made shoes for movie stars such as Joan Crawford and Gloria Swanson, as well as for films such as Cecil B. DeMille’s feature film The Ten Commandments. He returned to Italy and set up a shoe shop in Florence in 1927. The current shoemaking company regards 1928 as the date of its foundation, however, and it therefore celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2008.
Salvatore Ferragamo filed for bankruptcy in 1933, during the Great Depression, but by 1938 he was in a position to buy the Palazzo Spini Feroni, one of the great palaces of Florence. This houses the company’s flagship store and a museum dedicated to Ferragamo’s life and work.
The company flourished after World War II, expanding the workforce to 700 craftsmen producing 350 pairs of handmade shoes a day. After Salvatore’s death in 1960, his widow Wanda took over the running of the business and expanded its operations to include eyewear, perfume, belts, scarves, bags, watches, and a ready to wear clothing line.
Ferruccio Ferragamo, current president of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.
The company’s majority owners remain the Ferragamo family, which in November 2006 included Salvatore’s widow Wanda, five children, 23 grandchildren and other relatives. There is a rule that only three members of the family can work at the company, prompting fierce competition. To ease these tensions, in September 2006, the family announced a plan to float 48% of the company on the stock market, and since October 2006 Michele Norsa has served as managing and general director. However, as of January 2008, this plan may be on put on hold in the midst of the downturn in the financial market. If the listing on the stock market proceeds, the fund will be directed primarily towards building its positions in China. The company is holding its 80th birthday exhibition in Shanghai.
In 2011 the company was listed on the stock exchange.
For the fiscal year 2016, Salvatore Ferragamo reported preliminary consolidated revenues of 1,438 million euros. As of December 31, 2016, the Salvatore Ferragamo Group’s retail network consisted of 402 directly operated stores (DOS), while the wholesale and travel retail channel included 281 third party operated stores (TPOS), as well as presence in major department stores and high-end multi-brand specialty stores.
On August 2, 2016 Eraldo Poletto was appointed as new CEO of the group. On March 8, 2017 conclusion of the relation with Poletto granted interim management powers to the Chairman, Ferruccio Ferragamo.
Throughout its history, the company has been known for innovative designs and use of materials. Such ingenuity goes back to Salvatore’s time in California, when he studied anatomy to make shoes which were more comfortable. Notable innovations include the wedge heel, the shell-shaped sole, the ‘invisible’ sandal, metal heels and soles, the 18-carat gold sandal, the sock-shoe, sculpture heels, and the gloved arch shoe created for the Maharani of Cooch Behar in 1938. Metal-reinforced stiletto heels were made famous by Marilyn Monroe. The company is also known for the ‘Gancini’ decoration, the ‘Vara’ patent ballet pump, the Salvatore bag and the use of patchwork. It makes also eyewear and watches in partnership with Marchon and Timex Group.
Salvatore worked with film stars and celebrities from his earliest days in Hollywood. Clients over the years included Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren and Greta Garbo, as well as Andy Warhol, Grace Mugabe and Diana, Princess of Wales. The company made Margaret Thatcher’s famous handbags and for King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck during the coronation on November 6, 2008 in Thimpu, Bhutan.
When Fashion Goes Public
When Salvatore Ferragamo opened his “Hollywood Boot Shop” back in 1923, he probably didn’t envision the modest shoe repair parlor blossoming into a multimillion-dollar fashion empire.
Yet Ferragamo’s wife, five children, 23 grandchildren and quite a few other relatives are betting that the cobbler’s original vision–glamorous footwear for cinema stars–will transform their private assets into a publicly traded success this coming spring.
Fashion has long flirted with Wall Street, but these private-to-public ventures don’t always live up to investor expectations. In the last two decades, several fashion houses have dipped their toes into the public pool with varying outcomes.
American accessories company Coach went public in 2000, and its share price has nearly doubled since then. In the last fiscal year, net sales reached $2.1 billion, a more than 23% increase from the previous year.
Donna Karan, on the other hand, had a brilliant takeoff–and a rough landing. The IPO was highly anticipated by Madison Avenue and Wall Street insiders alike. Karan’s working woman aesthetic, which fueled fashion in the mid-to-late 1980s, had transitioned nicely into 1990s minimalism, mostly because of the designer’s foray into moderately-priced sportswear (with DKNY) and denim (DKNY jeans). The company reported $600 million in wholesale volume for 1995. When the company went public in June 1996, shares rose $4 from the initial price of $24 on the first day of trading. But rapid expansion plans backfired, and the stock plummeted to $9 the next year. That April, luxury goods leader LVMH scooped up the company for $643 million. Although Donna Karan International has experienced a few rough years under the LVMH umbrella, the appointment of Marc Weber as chairman and chief executive marks a turning point in the brand’s recovery. And to think, it only took ten years.
Could Ferragamo experience the same fate as Donna Karan or will it follow in the footsteps of Coach? The latter scenario is more likely than the former, says James Hurley, luxury goods analyst for Telsey Advisory Group, an independent research firm based in New York City. He has high hopes for the Italian luxury goods group. In the 2005 fiscal year, the company reported a 12% increase in sales and growth in all markets across the board. Even a mature market like Europe registered an 11% to 15% growth margin.
Patti Pao, founder of the Pao Principle, a consulting firm based in New York, says that The Salvatore Ferragamo Group’s two main incentives for an IPO are generating capital for expansion and enabling family members to cash out. The group has a peculiar rule–only three family members can work within the company at a given time. “The competition to work [at Ferragamo] is fierce,” says Pao. “Going public provides a reward for the non-affiliated family members.”
It’s not surprising, then, that Ferragamo has enlisted an outsider, former Valentino Fashion Group chief executive Michele Norsa (see: “Valentino Hopeful After CEO’s Fashionable Exit”), to take the reins in this initiative. Norsa played a crucial role in Valentino’s 2005 spin-off from Manifattura Lane Gaetano Marzotto & Figlito, which gave new shareholders control of Italian haute-couture house Valentino and mega-brand Hugo Boss, as well smaller assets including M Missoni, a knitwear house known for its 1970s-tinged zigzag print.
At Ferragamo, Norsa will work to broaden the business internationally and deepen the brand loyalty in more mature markets such as Europe and the U.S. He’ll also capitalize on the success of the “I Love Salvatore” ad campaign, as well as newfound fashion editorial interest in classic Ferragamo styles, including the bow flat, with its ribbon embellishment, and the cage heel.
The family will likely give up about half of its stake in order to fund these pursuits, Hurley says.
“If you look at the proxy of other companies like an LVMH, Bulgari or Richemont, you’ve got 40% to 60% controlled by the families, and that would imply anywhere from 40 to 60% that might be offered to the public.”
So, prospects look promising, but Pao is adamant that the company should better define its growth strategy–some aspects of which remain unclear.
“They have mentioned that they will use the proceeds of their IPO to fund global expansion (e.g., more retail outlets) and the redesign of existing stores,” she says.
Although the first few months–even years–as a public company may prove shaky for Ferragamo, the success of other family-owned powerhouses like LVMH is good news for the Italian luxury group. Despite the risks, Hurley is confident the Ferragamo family and investors alike will reap the benefits of an IPO.
“You’ve got very a strong brand that has iconic products and heritage that can be leveraged on a global basis,” he says. “For investors, that’s appealing, because there is some value and security in owning a portion of a strong brand–you’ve got global growth prospects.”
Made in Italy: Salvatore Ferragamo’s ideas, models and inventions
The work of Salvatore Ferragamo was distinguished by the originality of his footwear designs and by a continuous experimentation with models, construction techniques, and materials. In some cases, his designs were simply avant-garde, while in others, they were perfectly in line with the general mood of the times.
At the end of the 1920s, Ferragamo’s creations could be situated in a stylistic context that had been in vogue since the early years of the 20th century. This style was formed in harmony with the art world and characterized by an acceptance of unusual materials, geometric designs and surprising color matching – the tangible signs of changing attitudes to clothing fashions and accessories.
1930s: the Wedge
From the middle of the 1930s, many patents were concerned with shape and form, whether for functional or aesthetic considerations. The ‘Wedge’ is perhaps the most famous Ferragamo creation and was patented in 1937. It was designed with functionality in mind, to elevate the heel and give both the heel and the instep a stable support.
However, in its numerous variations, it gradually became pressed and rounded, grooved and painted, decorated with tiny mosaic mirrors or set with precious stones, allowing experimentation with shape and expression of an innate aesthetic sense. And this is an overall characteristic that is common to the entire history of Italian design, owing perhaps to the fact that whoever works in Italy is lucky enough to have a surrounding artistic and cultural heritage unequalled throughout the world. In Italy, one is continuously under the influence of beauty, good taste and a sense of harmony.
In the war year of 1943 he threw himself into the design of offensive and defensive war machines, such as the ‘Marine Fort’, the ‘Multi-Launcher Torpedo Boat’ and the ‘Anti-Aircraft Offensive and Defensive System’.
Certain invention patents involved the revolutionizing of centuries-old traditions of making shoes. For example, in 1931, a system of instep reinforcement in mental laminates, the ‘shank’, was created which was lightweight but able to provide a rigid support.
In 1946, Ferragamo designed children’s shoes called ‘First Steps’ made with a suction cup system that provided a better underfoot adhesion. In 1953, he created ‘Uppers Mounted on an Elasticized Support Structure’ which allowed the insertion of the foot into the shoe without openings or lacing.
1956 was the year of women’s footwear heels made with an external metallic stucture formed by ‘Caged’ woven elements, and the footwear with ‘Interchangeable Sheaths’. The patent for ‘Metallic Soles’, resulted in the celebrated 18-carat gold sandals originally made for an Australian customer. The ‘Shell Soles’ of 1957, had the special feature of rising the uppers and heel in such a way that gave an added stability to the shoe. This sole wa also used in a wide range of models and also for ballet shoes.
Today, many of these patents are a precious source of inspiration for designers and creative artists, who have based their own collections on works from these archives. Even after the death of Salvatore ferragamo, the company continued to devote enormous care and attention to its creations, and to patents, both ornamental and everyday wear models.
Take the men’s ‘Non-Slip Sole’ footwear of 1997, or the ‘Bag with Detachable Upper Sections’ of 1999 – allowing the body of the model to be changed -, ot the ‘Suitcase in Carbon Steel: one side concave and one side convex and rounded in the centre’ of 2000; or the ‘Heel with Suspension Element’ of 2002. These recent patents illustrate the main principle of the company’s culture, which has always bestowed great importance on materials and function, simultaneous with research into aesthetic effects.
OVERVIEW (from official company website)
Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A., founded in 1927, is the parent company of the Ferragamo Group, one of the major players in the luxury goods industry, which focuses on the creation, manufacture and sale of footwear, leather goods, clothing, silk products, other accessories and perfumes for men and women, all Made in Italy. The product range is completed by eyewear and watches, manufactured under licence by third parties in Italy and abroad, in order to make good use of local skills.
The unique, exclusive design which has always distinguished the Group’s products is obtained by combining style, creativity and innovation with the quality and craftsmanship typical of Italian-made goods.
Salvatore Ferragamo products have been made since the 1960s in a select network of workshops.
The Group also develops and distributes perfumes under the “Salvatore Ferragamo” and “Emanuel Ungaro” brands, through its subsidiary Ferragamo Parfums.
The Ferragamo Group is present in Italy and worldwide through companies which enable it to cover the European, American and Asian markets.
In particular, the Ferragamo Group is present through a network of directly operated (DOS) “Salvatore Ferragamo” mono-brand stores (retail channel). The Group also distributes its products through mono-brand third-party operated stores or corners (TPOS), complemented by a prestigious presence in high-level multi-brand department stores and specialty stores (which, as a whole, constitute the wholesale channel).
Taking into account the entire distribution structure, the Ferragamo Group is present in over 90 countries all over the world.
The history of the Salvatore Ferragamo Group is an eventful one, which has characterised its growth and development and enabled it to become one of the key players on the international luxury market.
Salvatore Ferragamo incorporates his first Company, based in Florence, focusing on the study, creation, manufacture and sale of ladies’ footwear
opening of the first “Salvatore Ferragamo” single-brand directly-operated stores (DOS) in Italy (Florence and Rome) and the UK (London)
opening of the first DOS in the USA (New York)
presentation of the first leather goods and ready-to-wear ladies’ wear collections
development of the silk and accessories collection
development of the footwear and menswear collection
opening of the first DOS in Asia (Hong Kong)
opening of the first DOS in Japan (Nagoya)
opening of the first DOS in China (Shanghai)
opening of the first DOS in South Korea (Seoul) and inauguration of the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence
incorporation of Ferragamo Parfums, a joint venture with Bulgari S.p.A. for the creation and distribution of perfumes
commencement of business on the eyewear market
opening of the first DOS in Latin America (Mexico City)
acquisition of Bulgari S.p.A.’s entire holding in Ferragamo Parfums
opening of the first DOS in India (Mumbai)
launch of watch line
opening of the first flagship store in the Middle East (Dubai)
launch of new website www.ferragamo.com with e-commerce in the main EU countries and the USA
opening of the first single-brand stores in Turkey (Istanbul), Qatar (Doha), Egypt (Cairo) and South Africa (Johannesburg), and the goal of 91 single-brand stores reached in Greater China
Initial Public Offering on Milan Stock Exchange.
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How Much Money Do Game Of Thrones Actresses Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, And Lena Headey Make Per Episode? How Much Money Is The Game Of Thrones Cast Paid?
Game of Thrones is a massive show with a big budget, but how much of that budget goes to the cast? An amount fit for a king, it turns out!
Game of Thrones divides its cast-members into a three-tiered system, with the members of tier one receiving the highest salaries.
So who is lucky enough to be in the top group? Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and the whole Lannister clan: Lena Headey (Cersei), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion), and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime). After receiving a hefty raise during salary negotiations after Season 4, these five stars are each expected to rake in $300,000 per episode next season. Since there are ten episodes in a season, each of these actors will end their season having made a cool $3,000,000… assuming they can survive through all 10 episodes.
The numbers are a little more hazy on the rest of the cast. The second rung on the ladder, which includes such actors as Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), among others, are said to have received large raises in recent negotiations as well. While previous estimates put at least the younger members of this group in the $55,000 per episode range ($550,000 per season), we wouldn’t be shocked to learn if they’ve all been bumped up to six figures an episode given the show’s mammoth popularity.
They say the Lannisters always pay their debts, and now we know how they can afford to!
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Game of Thrones Cast Salaries
Game of Thrones biggest stars – see on this page – are rumoured to be paid $300,000 an episode (or $2.1 million per season) after negotiating new contracts for a seventh season. They united to negotiate a $1 million an episode deal (about $7 million for the season) for the 10th and final season. The contracts do not guarantee that the characters of the actors will stay alive in the series.
As expected, Tier A, aka the highest-paid level, includes the show’s lead actors, including Emilia Clarke (who plays Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister). Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (aka Jaime Lannister) and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) are also included in this tier.
Though the exact number of their renegotiated salary was not revealed at the time, Deadline reported that all of the Tier A actors are currently paid close to $300,000 an episode. For Dinklage and Headey, who were making $160,000 per episode in Season 4, the pay bump marked a nearly 100% raise. Since there are ten episodes per a season, the actors in this tier (at least those who weren’t temporarily killed off) will end each season having made a cool $3,000,000.
Again, these deals were struck ahead of Season 5.
Update 6/22/16: After the show earned high ratings and critical acclaim in its recent seasons, the Game of Thrones stars are again asking for a significant pay bumps. According to Deadline, the above mentioned Tier A actors will now all be paid north of $500,000 an episode for Season 7, which has been officially picked up, and Season 8, which is widely expected. While the pay raise helps secure the key cast for the series’ final run, it reportedly doesn’t guarantee that all five characters will survive til the show’s last episodes. Meanwhile, speculation is that both Season 7 and Season 8 will be shorter than previous seasons, possibly seven episodes for the former and six episodes for the latter.
Per THR, the lower-salaried “B” tier includes co-stars Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and several others who remain unnamed. Of the names including in this tier, Williams is probably the most surprising, as her character Arya is a fan favorite and widely considered a staple of the show. However, some reports suggest that her younger age could have been a factor in knocking her down to the second tier.
Though their salaries were not revealed at the time, THR reports that all of Tier B also scored raises in the 2014 negotiations (albeit smaller ones than those in Tier A). In return, these actors also extended their contracts through Season 7.
What about the rest of the cast not included in Tier or Tier B? Per THR, there is reportedly also a third tier of regular actors who received much smaller pay increases during negotiations.
Game of Thrones is one of HBO’s most valuable properties and the push to stretch a seventh year into the cast’s contracts reflects the long-term value the premium cable operation places on the show.
The series commands a weekly audience of more than seven million viewers in the US, and has been sold extensively around the world. Unusually, and valuably, it has increased its audience every season since its debut in 2011.
The new contracts, however, do not guarantee that the actors who have signed them will live to see a seventh season.
Game of Thrones is notorious for killing off its main characters.
More than 20 characters have been killed off in the series since it launched.
Mother of dollars: Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, is in the top tier.
No wonder he repays his debts: The show’s lead actors, such as Peter Dinklage, now earn roughly $US300,000 per episode.
EXCLUSIVE: HBO’s fantasy drama Game Of Thrones has been a rare combination of a ratings smash, cultural phenomenon and a critical darling, winning the Best Drama Series Emmy last year. I hear the stars of the series are sharing in its success with major new salary bumps for what is rumored to be Game Of Thrones’ final chapter.
I hear mainstays Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) will all be paid north of $500,000 an episode for Season 7, which has been officially picked up, and Season 8, which is widely expected. HBO has not specified the size of the order for Season 7, but speculation has been that both Season 7 and Season 8 would be shorter than the standard for the show 10 episodes, possibly seven episodes (Season 7) and six episodes (Season 8).
‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Score Hefty Pay Raises for Season 8
But that doesn’t mean they’ll all survive the HBO fantasy drama.
HBO is sharing the Game of Thrones wealth with the cast.
The stars of the Emmy-winning drama are in line to receive hefty salary raises for the likely eighth and potentially final season of the fantasy drama based on the books by George R.R. Martin, sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Due to score sizable pay bumps are leads Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister). They’ll each earn upward of $500,000 per episode of season seven, which has already been announced, and in the likely eighth season (which is all but a formality). The raises for season seven come as part of an option HBO had with the cast as part of their last deal, signed in October 2014, that saw the five stars each become among the highest-paid actors on cable TV. The premium cable network had the option on season seven, and that has now been exercised and packaged with season eight. While the five stars are locked in, it does not guarantee that their characters will survive through what is expected to be the end of the series. HBO declined comment on the salary bumps.
Season eight has not yet been announced but is wildly expected as the drama, from showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss is, in their words, “approaching the finish line.”
The duo told THR ahead of the current sixth season — which wraps Sunday — that they are “writing the final act” and are “looking at somewhere between 70 and 75 hours before the credits roll for the last time.”
Also unclear are just how many episodes seasons seven and eight will consist of. When season six wraps this weekend, Thrones will have aired 60 episodes, meaning the remaining two seasons could be short-orders to match the 75 hours producers have envisioned.
The contracts of the remaining stars, including Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and others, has not yet been completed. Their last deal, in October 2014, also saw them net hefty raises with an option for season seven.
Game of Thrones ranks as HBO’s most-watched series ever and is the premium outlet’s longest-running show currently on the air.
“The Winds of Winter” Finally Arrives
But not in the way book readers were hoping, unfortunately. The season six finale borrows its title from the sixth novel in George R.R. Martin’s series — a book that remains unpublished. As such, Thrones veered away from the books during season six, and in many cases even revealed plot points ahead of Martin’s pace. (Here’s looking at you, Hodor.) The words “Winds of Winter” carry significant weight for fans of both Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire, serving as both a powerful sign of things to come, and a painful reminder of the book’s continued delay.
The Future Is Unknown
The wait between seasons can be brutal. Though it seems a faraway memory now, Jon Snow’s death in the season five finale slammed into fans like a ton of ice bricks dropping from the top of the Wall. Will season six end on a similarly painful and even maddening cliffhanger? That’s unknown for now. What is known, however, is the fact that Thrones is closer than ever to its conclusion. Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have expressed their intent to end the series soon, with some debate about the exact amount of episodes remaining.
“In the beginning, we hoped that if the show worked, we’d get seven seasons to tell the tale. Seven kingdoms, seven gods, seven books — seven felt like a lucky number,” Benioff and Weiss told THR ahead of season six. “The actual messiness of storytelling might not be quite that numerologically elegant, but we’re looking at somewhere between 70 and 75 hours before the credits roll for the last time.”
Emilia Isabelle Euphemia Rose Clarke (born 23 October 1986) is an English actress. She is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO series Game of Thrones, for which she received two Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2013 and 2015. Clarke made her Broadway debut in a production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s as Holly Golightly in March 2013. In 2015, she starred as Sarah Connor in the film Terminator Genisys. She was named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive in 2015.
Sophie Turner (born 21 February 1996) is an English actress. Turner made her professional acting debut as Sansa Stark on the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones (2011-present), which brought her international recognition and critical praise. For her performance, she has received four nominations for Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, as well as a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series.
Turner has also starred in the television film The Thirteenth Tale (2013) and she made her feature film debut in Another Me (2013). She has also starred in the action comedy Barely Lethal (2015) and played Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016).
Watch a Young Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams Own Their Game of Thrones Auditions
Remember when Sansa and Arya looked like this?
Season six of Game of Thrones might be over, but you can relive the early glory of the Starks and the North with this very excellent audition tape of Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams trying out for the roles of Sansa and Arya Stark, respectively, nearly six years ago.
The video clip splices two different audition clips of the actresses from 2010, where each reads opposite parts from the same scene (presumably with a line reader for the video); however, with the editing, it appears that the two girls are speaking to one another, despite the fact that the footage was taken separately.
Game Of Thrones Actress Lena Headey
Lena Headey (born 3 October 1973) is a British actress.
After being scouted at age 17, Headey worked steadily as an actress in small and supporting roles in films throughout the 1990s, before finding fame for her lead performances in big-budget films such as the fantasy film The Brothers Grimm (2005), the action film 300 (2007), portraying Gorgo, Queen of Sparta, and the adventure and biographical film The Red Baron (2008).
Headey is best known for portraying Queen Cersei Lannister in HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones since 2011, a performance that has earned her two consecutive Emmy award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. She is also known for playing the titular character Sarah Connor on Fox’s Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and the villainous drug lord Madeline “Ma-Ma” Madrigal in Dredd.
Margaret Constance “Maisie” Williams (born 15 April 1997) is an English actress. She made her professional acting debut as Arya Stark in the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones, for which she won the EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, the Portal Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television and Best Young Actor, and the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor.
Williams has also had a recurring role in Doctor Who as Ashildr in 2015. In addition to television, she made her feature film debut in the mystery The Falling, for which she won the London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Young Performer of the Year.
Natalie Dormer (born 11 February 1982) is an English actress. She became known for her roles as Anne Boleyn on the Showtime series The Tudors (2007–10), as Margaery Tyrell on the HBO series Game of Thrones (2012–16), Irene Adler on the CBS series Elementary (2013–15), and as Cressida in the science-fiction adventure films The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) and Part 2 (2015). She has been nominated for Best Performance at the Gemini Awards for her work in The Tudors. She has also been nominated for a Screen Actor’s Guild Award for her performance in Game of Thrones.
“From the moment she came in, she was on it: She was professional, and she was just brilliant,” actor Liam Cunningham says of the Lady of Bear Island.
Jon Snow’s mother isn’t the only important Lyanna in the North, and not even the only important Lyanna of “The Winds of Winter,” the final installment of Game of Thrones’ eventful sixth season.
Near the end of the episode, Lord Snow attempts to solidify the North behind his cause against the White Walkers, but his pleas fall on deaf ears. The tide only turns after a rousing speech from Lyanna Mormont, the Lady of Bear Island, no more than 10 years old and in command of no more than 62 soldiers — at least that’s the number she gives Jon back in “The Broken Man,” but no telling how the figure has adjusted in the wake of “Battle of the Bastards.”
“Your son was butchered at the Red Wedding, Lord Manderly, but you refused the call,” she says, the ice-cold toughness of a world-weary warrior in her young voice. “You swore allegiance to House Stark, Lord Glover, but in their hour of greatest need, you refused the call. And you, Lord Cerwyn, your father was skinned alive by Ramsay Bolton. Still you refused the call. But House Mormont remembers. The North remembers. We know no king but the King in the North whose name is Stark. I don’t care if he’s a bastard. Ned Stark’s blood runs through his veins. He’s my king from this day until his last day.”
From there, it’s a short leap before all those in attendance lift their arms in favor of Jon Snow, King in the North, the White Wolf of Winterfell — and on the other side of the television, more than a few million viewers were pumping their own fists in support of Lady Mormont, rallying an entire region of Westeros more effectively than Jon Snow himself. Indeed, while she’s not serving Frey pies, Lady Mormont delivers the show’s version of one of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books’ most iconic lines: “The North remembers.” Lord Manderly owns this line in the source material; on the show, not only do those words belong to Lady Mormont, she pairs them with an epic tongue-lashing toward Manderly and his fellow Northerners.
It’s not just the character on Game of Thrones and fans at home who were impressed with the ruler of Bear Islands, either. The cast and crew on hand for actress Bella Ramsey’s scenes were similarly impressed by the young star’s work.
“From the moment she came in, she was on it: She was professional, and she was just brilliant,” Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth, told THR about working with Ramsey during the season. “There’s an old adage about how actors should never work with children or animals, but that’s B.S. When kids are as good as this young lady is, it’s a joy to play opposite. She was absolutely amazing. When somebody comes in and is that good, it makes your job that much easier.”
Mark Mylod, who directed Ramsey’s Game of Thrones debut in “The Broken Man,” remembers shooting the character’s first scene and immediately recognizing her instant hit status.
“She walked in for the casting reading, and we were knocked completely sideways. It was one of those moments where you go, ‘Oh my God, what a star.’ You could not wish to meet a more delightful young lady. It was a four-and-a-half-page scene where we first meet that character, with Jon, Sansa and Davos all meeting her on Bear Island. We had a rehearsal day, and I think we were shooting midweek. The cast agreed to come in on their day off to work with this young actor, Bella. She’s so young that she still works on child hours, so we had a limited amount of time with her. We knew we had to work fast, and she had so much dialogue, as you may remember from the scene. We all came in on a Saturday morning to the set, and everyone was having a jolly day, thinking we would be coaxing this shy young child through the scene. We all had kid gloves on for the day.
“After the first rehearsal, I remember thinking, ‘OK, this is going to be a very short rehearsal. She’s note perfect.’ The accent was awesome, her inflection and her professionalism. … We ended up rehearsing for only a half hour because she was so on it,” Mylod continued. “And of course, the rest of us felt deeply ashamed, because she knew every single word and every single inflection. We all went home feeling a bit deflated. (Laughs.) But also excited! Because the level of talent there is so ridiculous. She’s someone we’re going to look back on in 20 years, and she’s going to be ruling Hollywood. She’s just amazing.”
Game of Thrones season 6 in numbers: Episode costs, locations and Kit Harington’s salary
The world famous HBO fantasy series broken down in numbers.
Game of Thrones season six has been nothing short of exciting and revolutionary for the hit HBO fantasy series. But as it draws to a close this weekend (26 June), we’ll find ourselves a little lost on Sunday nights and finally forced to tackle the ironing pile.
The newest season of GoT could not possibly top the last, but this one has gone and done just that. We’ve witnessed Sansa Stark’s escape – threatening her husband Ramsay Bolton’s status as heir to the North – before she lets him be devoured by his own dogs at the sensational Battle of the Bastards.
Prior to that, Melisandre successfully resurrected Jon Snow after performing a bizarre ritual on him, and Daenerys Targaryen is brought to Vaes Dothrak to live out her days with the Dosh Khaleen having been captured by the khalasar. Jaime Lannister returned to King’s Landing with Myrcella Baratheon’s corpse and Bran Stark made good use out of his time travelling skills, amongst many other highlights throughout the season.
But what about the numbers from season six? Take a look at the interesting figures behind the globally successful franchise.
$10m: Was the cost of each episode of GoT – mounting to $100m for the season as a whole.
3: Was the amount of episodes it took for Jon Snow to be resurrected; he gasped his first breath at the end of episode three after being killed by several men of the Night’s Watch in the season five finale.
85,000: is the approximate number of people that have rated episode nine – the Battle of the Bastards – as the highest-rated TV episode of all time on IMDb.
$500,000: Is the estimated amount of money that several main characters in GoT will now receive per episode for season 7. These are: Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lanniester), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister).
5: Characters predicted to live throughout season 7 and eight – which are the above-mentioned.
5: Ladies who are doing it for themselves, and giving GoT a good dose of girl power in contrast to previous seasons. These empowered females are: Sansa Stark, Daenerys Targaryen, Yara Greyjoy, Arya Stark and 10-year-old Lyanna Mormont.
6: Countries season 6 filmed on location. These were Spain, Northern Ireland, Croatia, Iceland and Canada.
3: Is the amount of appearances Daenerys’ dragons made.
900: Crew members were employed in Northern Ireland, and 400 in Spain
1: Battle was had, and that was the epic Battle of the Bastards.
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