With statement plum-red lips and a couture dress fit for an ice queen, Emilia Clarke has stunned at Game of Thrones' final season premiere.

The British actor, 32, joined her co-stars including Kit Harrington and Maisie Williams — sporting bright purple hair for the occasion — on the red carpet at New York's Radio City Music Hall today.

Clarke's blue and grey Valentino gown featured a sheer ruffled overlay, with a slogan about "sleepwalking" written across the neckline.

Last month, Clarke revealed she had suffered two brain aneurisms and had to undergo surgery while shooting GoT in 2011 and 2013.

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Emilia Clarke attends Game of Thrones final season premiere at Radio City Music Hall in New York today. Photo / AP.
Emilia Clarke attends Game of Thrones final season premiere at Radio City Music Hall in New York today. Photo / AP.

"I lost all hope. I couldn't look anyone in the eye. There was terrible anxiety, panic attacks," Clarke wrote in the New Yorker.

She said she was "convinced that [she] wasn't going to live" but had managed to heal "beyond my most unreasonable hopes. I am now at a hundred per cent."

Game of Thrones' final season screens in New Zealand from April 15. Photo / AP.
Game of Thrones' final season screens in New Zealand from April 15. Photo / AP.

It's a big few months for Clarke and her co-stars as Game of Thrones heads into its much-anticipated final season.

Game of Thrones' eighth and final season premieres in New Zealand on April 15, with some episodes set to run the same length as a feature film.

Rose Leslie, left, and Kit Harington attend the Game of Thrones premiere. Photo / AP.
Rose Leslie, left, and Kit Harington attend the Game of Thrones premiere. Photo / AP.

Clearly, top designers were on hand to dress the Game of Thrones cast for their final red carpet premiere, with Harrington sporting a black suit by Givenchy.

The dashing look was a far cry from Harrington's on-screen wardrobe as Jon Snow, where his faux fur capes were made of faux fur rugs.

Harrington became an unofficial pin-up for leather and power shoulders, with his fur capes famously made from $79 Ikea carpet.

"We cut and we shaved them and added strong leather straps," Game of Thrones' costume designer, Michele Clapton, said in a 2016 interview.

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