Supermodels to appear at Olympics Closing Ceremony?
Rumours suggest that the likes of Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and David Gandy will be part of a British fashion spectacular at the Olympics Closing Ceremony later this summer.
Some of Britain's biggest supermodels will reportedly unite for an appearance at the London Olympics Closing Ceremony on August 12.
Rumours suggest that the likes of Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, David Gandy and Stella Tennant, plus young, up-and-coming models - - will be part of a fashion spectacular to celebrate the British industry.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's name has also been mentioned; however we are led to believe that she may have prior movie-making commitments to contend with.
The models will apparently sport designs by some of Britain's greatest designers such as Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood. The Games already have a strong fashion flavour thanks to the Stella McCartney-designed Team GB kits, who will no doubt also contribute to this rumoured fashion spectacular.
The ceremony's theme is "A Symphony of British Music" and will celebrate the fact that music has been one of Britain's strongest cultural exports over the last 50 years.
As yet, none of the rumours have been confirmed by the official Olympics Committee, but we're already excited by the prospect of seeing some of our favourite fashion figures come together in a fashion and music mash-up played out on the world's biggest stage.
The event is being art directed by Kim Gavin, who was responsible for the design on Take That's recent prop-heavy arena tours, so we can rest assured that Mossy et al won't need to contend with any dodgy paper-mache sets. Phew.