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Kate Moss' Vogue Spread

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For Kate Moss' nth+1th turn on the cover of Vogue this September, Page Six is reporting that Mossy's inside story will take inspiration from the Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw wedding dress shoot. "The story—under Secret Service-like protection at Vogue's 4 Times Square offices—features Moss dressed in gowns by a handful of designers, including Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, and Valentino, just like Carrie Bradshaw. Sources say that Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour asked top designers to create looks they'd most like to see Moss wear during her nuptials. The waifish model was then photographed in the various looks by Mario Testino for the issue." [Page Six]