Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and six other models represented British fashion at the Olympic Games closing ceremony last night (12.08.12).
Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and six other models represented British fashion at the Olympic Games closing ceremony.
The pair were joined by Georgia May Jagger, Stella Tennant, Karen Elson, Lily Cole, Lily Donaldson and Jourdan Dunn as part of the ceremony to close the games in Stratford, east London last night (12.08.12).
The models were brought into the stadium inside huge billboard-sized images of themselves, which they then burst out of.
All wore dresses by British designers, with Kate and Naomi both in gowns by the late Alexander McQueen. Georgia wore a dress by Victoria Beckham - who was also at the ceremony, performing with her group Spice Girls.
Jourdan Dunn wore a white and gold Jonathan Saunders gown with a crown of feathers designed by Stephen Jones. Lily Cole opted for Erdem, Stella Tennant was in a metallic tuxedo by Christopher Kane, Lily Donaldson wore a Vivienne Westwood corset gown, while Karen Elson was dressed in Burberry.
As the models walked the stadium, they were accompanied by the sounds of David Bowie's song 'Fashion'.
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