Ever wanted to get up close to Kate Moss's incredible John Galliano couture wedding dress? Well now's your chance. The supermodel's bridal gown, which she wore to marry Jamie Hince in 2011, is currently behind glass at the V&A, where it is being exhibited as part of the museum's Wedding Dresses 1775-2014 exhibition.
The show, which opens on 3 May, charts the progression of the fashionable white wedding dress, and the myriad ways it has been interpreted by designers and couturiers.
The result is a spectacular overview of bridal-wear from the last two centuries. Starting with a silk satin court dress dating back to 1775, the exhibition winds its way through the decades and changing wedding fashions, finishing with the contemporary Pam Hogg dress Mary Charteris wore to her big day in 2013.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's Dior outfits are also on loan to the museum, as is the Vivienne Westwood dress that Dita Von Teese wore in 2005.
There really could be no better place for a touch of wedding dress inspiration.
Wedding Dresses 1775-2014 runs from 3 May -15 March 2015 at the V&A
By Olivia Marks