The Vogue cover story about Kate Moss's wedding is here, and it is a doozy. The supermodel decided to tie the knot after watching Big Fat Gypsy Weddings. Moss explains:
I am so romantic about Gypsies. They're not allowed to do anything until they get married. So they all get married really young, at sixteen. You can't believe the dresses. They're like blinging butterflies times ten; they can't move down the aisle! It's so genius. I was just watching Jamie, so cute, and I was like, these girls, they just spend their whole life waiting for that day — let's do it!
Vogue continues its pattern of not saying peep about John Galliano and the racist outbursts that cost him his job at Christian Dior (Galliano has long been a protégé of Anna Wintour). In this story, the designer is referred to as Moss's "beleaguered friend," which is as close as Vogue will get to writing "I Love Hitler!-saying jobless designer," apparently. Galliano whispered in Moss's ear just before she walked down the aisle, like he would before she headed out onto the catwalk in a runway show. "I told her, ‘You have a secret — you are the last of the English roses — and when he lifts your veil he's going to see your wanton past!'" he says. Naomi Campbell, who Vogue notes wore yellow Givenchy, was the last guest to arrive. Moss said to her, "Trying to upstage me, bitch?" and laughed. We can no longer resist. Kate Moss is boss. [Vogue]