Ever wonder what it's like to be in Kate Moss's shoes? Now, the possibility of owning the Vogue September Issue cover girl's vintage Miu Miu kitten heels is a reality... for the highest bidder.
Perhaps the 37-year-old British newlywed will eventually consider selling her wedding shoes too. The starting price will most likely be exorbitantly high, not because they were hand-crafted by Manolo Blahnik himself, but mostly Moss demanded he remake them an astounding five times.
The September Issue of Vogue with Moss on the cover hit newsstands on Tuesday. (AP Photo / Vogue, Mario Testino)
On the sandals, Bridezilla Moss wore when she tied the knot to Jamie Hince, Blahnik confesses to Women's Wear Daily, "The shoes arrived the day before and there were too many jewels on the heel because of the long train. So we had women working up until midnight to change it." Moss paired the carefully-crafted footwear with a Galliano dress. View photos from her July wedding here.
So how are hawk-eyed fashionistas going to attain Moss's coveted private items? The supermodel, also the epitome of cool, eclectic, vintage chic, is giving her old clothes to Hardly Ever Worn It, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Hardly Every Worn It is a new bidding site that allows "HIGH VALUE, LUXURY LABELS ONLY." Naturally, Kate's closet is full of one-of-a-kind designer goodies, so it only makes sense that individuals around the world will scramble at the opportunity to own pieces from Ms. Moss's wardrobe.
Kate is reportedly teaming up with gal pals Sadie Frost and Chloe Green to sell clothes on the site. One can only imagine the amazing pieces Kate and company will sell. We envision leather pants, couture gowns, Chanel lambskin purses, chunky high-fashion jewelry, rocker boots, my, oh my!
One thing's for sure: Start saving, ladies. If you want a piece of Moss, it definitely won't come cheap.
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