Kate Moss Wedding Dress: John Galliano Vintage Lace Gown

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Kate Moss in her John Galliano-designed wedding gown

At last! Kate Moss has wed longtime beau, Jamie Hince, aka one half of The Kills, at St. Peter's Church in the village of Southrop, England.

What we know: the supermodel did, in fact, wear a wedding dress designed by John Galliano—a lovely, floor-length vintage lace gown, which she accessorized with a veil and custom Manolo Blahnik heels (complete with "something blue"—an insole).

Hince and his “best woman” (none other than The Kills' frontwoman Alison Mosshart) sported Yves Saint Laurent—and yes, both were in tuxedos. Maid of honor Jess Hallett wore a blue silk dress by Stella McCartney, who also wardrobed the bridesmaids, Charlotte Moss and Ella Richards, in “bias cut dresses with soft shoulder ruffles,” reports Vogue U.K.

And Moss, according to the Daily Mail, is changing several times throughout the evening, with three of the looks by McCartney. For the first dance, the bride will wear “an oyster silk chiffon dress with an embroidered bodice and cut-out back”. Then she'll be rocking one of her signature looks—a body-con minidress, which will feature a “plunging back and all-over beading”. The blonde beauty will close out the evening in a “single-breasted, three-piece white wool suit”.

McCartney, a wedding guest herself, opted for one of her own tailored, white “all-in-one” looks from the upcoming Spring 2012 collection.

Aside from the clothes, the wedding is, of course, rife with speculation. Some of the most popular yet-to-be-confirmed rumors include: that Galliano would attend; that famed songstress Shirley Bassey might sing (other possible performers include Iggy Pop, Beth Ditto, Snoop Dogg and ex-Libertine Carl Barat).

Word also has it that an estimated $10,000-worth of fireworks will light up the London skies at midnight in commemoration of the model and musician's big day. And most impressively: that the festivities will rage on for three days, requiring untold quantities of Red Bull to be made available to guests throughout.