A few weeks ago, when Lily Allen was married, click here for the article, I wrote about how much I loved her headdress, how it so beautifully captured her personal style, how it borrowed from an old elegant era, how refreshing it was in its UNsameness.

I feel the same way about Kate Moss’s headdress on Friday. Kate Moss married Jamie Hince in the Cotswolds. Look at it from the front, as she arrived at the church, veil drawn over her face, and then again from the back, after the ceremony, being photographed by long-time collaborator Mario Testino, fueling reports that this will be featured in Vogue. Gorgeous, right?

As previously reported, John Galliano designed her gown. I wish I could tell you it was sh-tty because what he did was so sh-tty but the dress, to me it’s not sh-tty. It is, to me, exquisite. And perfectly suited to the bride Kate Moss, perfectly her own steeze. Totally new, but also with a vintage vibe. I love the V detail around the neck and chest. I love that it’s sheer right around her crotch – of course it is, with nipples too – and how it appears as though gold dust has cascaded down her body to settle among the feathers on the bottom.

Then there are those girls, little girls in white dresses and white flats with garlands in their hair, straight out of Sookie’s world of faeries, only much more English and a lot less camp. Whether or not you’re into it though, it’s undeniable that Kate Moss looks really, really happy. Genuinely happy. MUCH happier than Charlene Wittstock which, I’m sad to say, has kind of become the benchmark for “well at least this didn’t happen to you on your wedding day”.

Photos from Wenn.com and Flynetonline.com