After so many rumors about who was the designer of the wedding gown of the supermodel Kate Moss, the day to discover came!
This weekend the lovebirds (Kate and Jamie Hince) finally joined the toothbrushes at St. Peters!
The look of the bride was just beautiful, the lightness of the vintage dress by John Galliano (still in rehab), specially made shoes by Manolo Blahnik, the hair in gentle waves (made by Sam McKnight) leaving the brightness to the vintage veil (the designer of the veil is a close friend of Galliano). Regarding the make-up, the bride put aside the typical cat’s eye to gain a more natural result, it was pretty minimal (Charlotte Tilbury: make up artist).
The groom turned husband wearing a blue suit, Stefano Pilati for YSL (and sunglasses, not to leave out the footprint of rock’n'roll).
The model had 15 bridesmaids at the wedding, including her daughter Lila Grace, who wore silk dresses with gypsy-style neckline and ballerinas. And her Maid-of-honour was her former casting agent Jess Hallett, who wore a blue dress from Stella McCartney.
Rolls Royce was the chosen one to take the bride to the wedding.
At the wedding the couple exchanged simple gold rings, which Kate uses with her engagement ring.
Kate’s former partner Jefferson Hack, father of her daughter Lila, wearing a gray suit, very simillar to the groom one.
Some important guests such as Naomi Campbell, wearing Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci, Bryan Ferry using a Gucci suit and Editor of U.S. Vogue, Anna Wintour attended the ceremony.
Kelly Osbourne, one of the guests more thrilled with the wedding tweeted: “This is the most beautiful, loving, amazing wedding I have ever been to. it’s magical When You really see people in love! “
And do not miss the hint of the rock, a picture:
Because the ceremony and guests, many streets were closed, which did not please the locals.
Jade, Fran Cutler, Bobby Gillespie and Katy England arrived dressed very casual, but everyone changed before the ceremony.
In the second part of the party, Kate wore a blue dress by Stella McCartney, in a medieval hippie style.