Kate Moss’s John Galliano Wedding Dress
Last weekend, Kate Moss and Jaime Hince from The Kills got married at a private ceremony in Southrop, England. She looked absolutely gorgeous in a vintage-inspired wedding dress and floor-length veil designed by John Galliano, a good friend of hers. Early rumors thought Vivienne Westwood might be tasked with designing Kate Moss’s wedding dress, but she deflected it by saying, “I think she’s designing it herself. She has done her own fashion range and she knows about clothes. She knows what she is doing, she doesn’t need my help.” Even though Kate Moss didn’t design her dress per se, she probably already had a good idea of what she wanted her dress to look like. John Galliano did a fantastic job designing it; the beadwork on the skirt is exquisite, and I like that it plays on the sheer trend by going without a lining mid-thigh onwards.
A close-up photo of the veil, which looks intricately hand-embroidered. I love how it’s gathered in a knot at the sides; I think this could be a trend that many brides-to-be will want to incorporate in their own wedding look.
Another thing I appreciate is how Kate Moss wore her hair down. It makes her look more youthful and gives off a carefree, I’m-just-so-happy-to-be-married vibe.
Jaime Hince looks dashing in a custom-made suit from Yves Saint Laurent’s Stefano Pilati, while her 8-year-old daughter Lila Grace wears a crown of daisies and a white dress by Christopher Beales.
I’ve always been a big fan of vintage-inspired wedding dresses, and Kate Moss’s dress has to be one of my favorites! I predict that knock-offs of this dress will probably be available in stores very soon.