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Supermodel Kate Moss has bemoaned the way British people dress during the summer months, claiming that our inexperience with hot weather leads to sartorial disasters.

Kate Moss' 72-hour New Year's party

Kate Moss saw the New Year with a party 72-hour party in Jamaica. 

Kate Moss inspired to wed by Gypsy Weddings

Kate Moss' wedding was inspired by gypsies.

Kate Moss planning £850,000 home gym

Kate Moss is planning to install an £850,000 gym and steam room in the basement of her home.

Playboy Prince and a reluctant bride kick off a wedding spree

The Playboy Prince, Albert II of Monaco, and his allegedly reluctant bride, the former Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, began a busy weekend of celebrity weddings last night, tying the knot hours before the model Kate Moss and her long-term beau Jamie Hince married in the sleepy Cotswolds village of Southrop.

Kate Moss hires transvestite wedding team

Kate Moss has reportedly hired a team of transvestites to chaperone guests at her wedding.

Hen and stags: A night to remember

Forget boozy blowouts, strippers and L-plates. A host of classier choices mean your hen or stag do doesn’t have to be an evening you’d rather forget, says Alice-Azania Jarvis

Kate Moss wants more children

The 37-year-old supermodel - who has an eight-year-old daughter, Lila, with former boyfriend Jefferson Hack - is focused on her forthcoming wedding to Jamie Hince, and says she and the 40-year-old rocker will consider starting a family together once they have tied the knot in July.

Kate Moss organises pre-wedding meal for families

Kate Moss is organising a pre-wedding meal for her and her fiance Jamie Hince's families.

The Kills, Heaven, London

Era-defining rock from a deadly duo

Album: The Kills, Blood Pressures (Domino)

"She comes alive when she's dying", sings Alison Mosshart on "Damned if You Do", a spirit of last-gasp jubilance that infects the latest from the fashion-pack rockers, who skimmed the zeitgeist sometime back in 2005.

So is this what Kate Moss will look like on her big day?

After weeks of speculation we have finally learned who will design the wedding dress the world has been waiting for – no, not that one – with reports that John Galliano will create Kate Moss's bridal gown.

Kate Moss' ring inspired by party girl

Kate Moss' engagement ring is inspired by legendary 1920s party girl Zelda Fitzgerald.

Kate Moss bans fiance from drinking

Kate Moss has reportedly banned fiance Jamie Hince from drinking alcohol.

Kate Moss planning for baby

Kate Moss is planning to have a baby with fiance Jamie Hince.

Mary Dejevsky: If you want the benefits of marriage, take the plunge

If two people decide not to register their relationship, or if they just don't get round to it, what duty should the law have to them?
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