Kate Moss Wedding Dress by John Galliano
After months of following the rather lavish affair of the Royal Wedding, there’s been one other Kate that hasn’t gone unnoticed with her wedding plans. Dubbed the most fashionable wedding this year, Kate Moss finally married her equally cool boyfriend Jamie Hince (of The Kills) on Friday 1 July.
As we’d been hoping, Kate looked absolutely incredible in a Galliano vintage-inspired, slim fitting dress with sheer panelling and light sequins. The dress is said to be inspired by Zelda Fitzgerald, who designed the engagement rings. Kate teamed it with bespoke Manolo Blahniks with blue lining – her “something blue”. She rejected her trademark smokey-eyes for a natural look by makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, and kept her hair suitably mussed-up in loose curls.
Jamie was also sartorial perfection with his pale blue double-breasted YSL suit, and in true rockstar fashion, wearing his Rayban Aviators for the posed photos outside the church.
The fifteen(!) bridesmaids wore white Stella McCartney dresses, ballet pumps and flower head garlands for the occasion, including Kate’s chief bridesmaid, daughter Lila.
Although pictures haven’t yet been revealed, it has been confirmed that Kate opted for a medley of Stella McCartney designs as the evening progressed – an oyster silk gown with embroidered bodice and cut-out back, then changing into a mini, body-con beaded number for the main evening. Her going-away suit was a single-breasted, white wool suit. All very chic, as we’d expect nothing less.
As for the ceremony itself, forget Glastonbury… the Moss-Hince wedding was the only place to be seen. Guests came in the form of the most glamorous names in the fashion world, including Naomi Campbell, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs and Carine Roitfeld. Can you even begin to imagine the amount of style lust we’d all have, had we been there that evening? Proving she’s not yet ready to hang the partying hat up just yet, the wedding celebrations lasted all weekend with three days of entertainment and drinking.
It’s obvious the two current Kates of the moment have polar opposites in their wedding ideas – which is more your style? Immaculate planning with traditional values a la Middleton, or the laid-back approach (albeit very, very fashionable) of Miss Moss?