Jul 04, 2011 12:00AM

And The Bride Wore White

The other Kate M weds nouveau rock royalty, Jamie Hince.

Even that knavish lad Cupid must've been smiling, whence, on a warm midsummer's eve, merry, couture clad wanderers gathered in the idyllic Cotswolds to witness a timeless beauty join in matrimonial union with her poet. Let me re-phrase that. Over the weekend, the who's who of fashion and the arts attended the shindig of the year, in a snog-fest, booze abounding, Jude Law cameo-ing extravaganza of lovin' between a supermodel and her musician as they got hitched in true rock star style.

Cue street closures, music blaring from a silver Rolls Royce fleet, a custom YSL suit-clad Alison Mosshart as best man, and a puckered up groom, The Kills frontman Jamie Hince, noticeably chuffed, and the current envy of every man, ever.

Wearing Galliano, a timely and loyal choice, Kate Moss glowed with jubilance and her trademark eternal nubility, in a bias-cut sheath; a delicate balance of understated and provocative. With an opaque bodice and a (very, almost) sheer skirt, the dress gave whispers of Moss' slender frame, whilst retaining an air of elegance and ethereality. Although unlikely to go down in great wedding theatrics, the choice was true to the romantic, bohemian Kate Moss we know.

So, what were the guests wearing?

Well, Anna Wintour wore embellished, Mondrian inspired Prada, Daphne Guinness sported a light blue dress of her own design, Emmanuelle Alt fronted-up in new collection Balmain, Carine Roitfeld opted for vintage Galliano and John Galliano himself chose COMME des GARÇONS.