Kate Moss has ruled the runway in a number of fashionable frocks over the years, and it seems only fitting that the catwalk queen might chose the royal color purple for the most important designer silhouette she will ever slip into– her wedding dress. According to the Daily Star, the supermodel will either be eye-catching in aubergine or a beauty in black when she sashays down the aisle in a full-skirted gown accented with charms featuring a musical motif in honor of the groom, guitarist Jamie Hince of the indie band The Kills.
Attracted to the avant-garde, the bride-to-be has reportedly requested conceptual artists Dinos and Jake Chapman to create unconventional centerpieces for her wedding reception. When Kate’s wedding day arrives, artist Jake Chapman, among the masterminds to concoct Agent Provocateurs latest ad campaign, which features the mesmerizing mannequin, will undoubtedly think back to his own special day back in 2004 when the supermodel sat in a pew at London’s Christ Church to witness his exchange of vows with model Rosemary Ferguson.
The reception, which is said to take place following a wedding in the Cotswolds, will be held at Wapping Project. Formerly a hydraulic power station, the venue will be an industrial idyll for the bride and groom’s Gothic gathering.