On July 1, England - and the world - watched as yet another stylish Kate tied the knot. Supermodel and fashion icon, Kate Moss, 37, married rocker fiancé Jamie Hince, 42, in Southrop, England at St. Margaret’s Parish Church. The bride chose close friend John Galliano to design her wedding dress with floor-length veil. (Galliano could certainly use the positive publicity in the midst of his current legal woes.) The cream bias-cut dress had a sheer skirt and was sprinkled with rhinestones and detailed with gold leaf embroidery. For hair, she chose Sam McKnight, for makeup she went with Charlotte Tilbury. Manolo Blahnik designed a custom-pair of heels for the occasion, complete with blue lining on the inside for her “something blue”. The groom went with something blue of his own, a custom-designed suit from Stefano Pilati for YSL.
Moss had a total of 15 bridesmaids, with her chief bridesmaid being her eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace, who wore Stella McCartney. Lila's father - and Moss's former partner - publisher Jefferson Hack was just one of the 300-person guests in attendance. Other notable attendees included Naomi Campbell, Vivienne Westwood, Stella and Mary McCartney, Jude Law, Jade Jagger, Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie and US Vogue Editor Anna Wintour. Wintour will revisit the lavish affair, which reportedly cost £1million, via Vogue's annual (back-breaking) "September Issue" with photos taken by world famous fashion photographer, and friend to Kate, Mario Testino.
After the ceremony Moss had three wardrobe changes, all designed by Stella McCartney - an oyster silk chiffon dress for her first dance, a micro mini bodycon dress for the after party and lastly a three piece off-white wool suit as her send off outfit. The three-day affair, nicknamed 'Moss-stock' by locals, included performances by Beth Ditto, Snoop Dogg, Shirley Bassey, Iggy Pop and Bryan Ferry.
Best wishes to the newlyweds. May their life together be long, happy, healthy and fashionable!
Not to be outdone by her own wedding, Moss also had this to celebrate.