Kate Moss tied the knot last month in a beautiful and bucolic ceremony, presumably after being inspired by My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. The bride wore a '30s inspired John Galliano gown, custom-made Manolo Blahnik heels (with blue soles, natch) and a fully-beaded red Rodarte cloak, while the new Mr. Moss, Jamie Hince of the Kills, wore velvet blazers by Lanvin and Tom Ford (oh, yes, there were outfit changes—for both the bridal party and guests). There were 16 bridesmaids and flower girls by my count, all in Edwardian-era whites, and teepees mounted in “Kate Moss's field” for the children to play in. The ceremony was moved to a nearby English church after the 12th-century church (that's like 900 years old) located on Moss's property proved to be too small for the intimate gathering of 100 or so guests. To top it all off, the happy couple posed for swell rendition of Mick and Bianca Jagger's wedding portrait (circa 1971) in the back seat of a Rolls Royce.