More like nothing about Jon Snow, like his wardrobe that is made from you’re basic, run of the mill rugs you find at the popular furniture superstore.
“We cut and we shaved them, and then we added strong leather straps and then breakdown, which is like a religion on Game Of Thrones,” a costume designer told a crowd at Los Angeles’ Getty Museum, referring to the industry process of making things look worn and tired, presumably by having them shop at IKEA. “I want the audience to almost smell the costumes,” she added.”
I’ve never been to an IKEA in my life, but everybody loves that place and everybody love Jon Snow. Society’s affection for Jon Snow really just boils down to Swedish furniture witchcraft and nothing more. Chaos is a ladder and my coat is a rug. It all makes perfect sense.