By Emma Wills
The name Kate now seems to be synonymous with amazing tastes in wedding couture. Just over two months since the Duchess of Cambridge glided down the aisle in that McQueen creation, Kate Moss married Jamie Hince wearing a vintage inspired Galliano. Understated glamour is what Kate does best and the floor length fitted dress was no exception. Thesimplistic silhouette echoed the nostalgic elegance of the 1920s while sequins and sheer panelling added drama. A delicately embroidered veil with a smattering of silver sequins was the crowning glory, complimenting Kate’s loose bohemian waves and ethereal beauty.
While Galliano has been unable to avoid the negative glare of the media in recent times, his talent as a designer is undeniable. The fashion world was reminded of his brilliance when pictures of Kate surfaced, prompting glowing reviews. The workmanship of the gown seemed to perfectly capture the very essence of Moss and the free spiritedness she radiates. Surely a welcome commendation for Galliano; who awaits a court verdict in September following his dismissal from Christian Dior.