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Richard E Grant wears incredibly poignant piece of clothing to Dame Vivienne Westwood’s memorial service
Richard E Grant joined a slew of A-listers at London’s Southwark Cathedral on Thursday where Dame Vivienne Westwood’s memorial service was held.Richard was accompanied by the likes of Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham and Helena Bonham Carter at the ceremony and once it had finished, he shared a photo of his poignant outfit.The 65-year-old actor explained that the netted hat he was wearing was given to him by Dame Vivienne, who died aged 81 in December, back in 1994.That year, Richard starred in director Robert Altman’s film Prêt-à-Porter, a satirical comedy about the fashion industry.Richard played Dame Vivienne’s counterpart Cort Romney in the flick and the iconic designer gifted him the hat during filming, as the actor explained on Instagram.Posting a collage of photos that included one of himself wearing the hat, one of Dame Vivienne wearing the piece and another of himself and Helena, Richard penned: ‘Dame Vivienne Westwood gave me this miniature hat when I played her male counterpart in Altman’s PRET A PORTER in 1994. Extraordinary memorial service in her honour today with Helena Bonham-Carter doing her proud.’He also included a photo of Dame Vivienne’s service sheet, revealing the ceremony started at 2pm and guests were asked to arrive from 1pm.The trailblazing fashion designer died on December 29 last year, leading to an outpouring of grief from those she had inspired over her incredible career.Dame Vivienne was a world-renowned fashion designer, and worked with some of the biggest celebrities in the world throughout her decorated career.Legally Blonde star Raquel Welch dies aged 82Creed stars Michael B.
Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss lead mourners at Vivienne Westwood's memorial
Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss have joined mourners at Dame Vivienne Westwood's memorial.The British fashion icon died on December 29 aged 81.A service was held at London's Southward Cathedral on Thursday (February 16) to celebrate her life and legacy with many A-list guests styling themselves in classic Westwood fashion.READ MORE: Victoria Beckham blown away by 'sweetest surprise' from daughter Harper SevenSpice Girls legend Victoria was pictured wearing a glam skin-tight black dress with a high neck and leg slit and hid her eyes with a pair of her signature designer sunglasses to attend the star-studded event.Supermodel Kate showed her respects at the service alongside her daughter Lila, who wore a red heart-shaped Vivienne Westwood bag.Masked Singer star Jonathan Ross stepped away from his regular outlandish looks seen on the ITV show and instead sported a casual look wearing a purple jumper, black jeans and a black coat.Christina Henricks was spotted wearing an outfit which gave a nod to Dame Vivienne as it featured a long, blue tartan coat with a stylish tie around the waist.Pop sensation Paloma Faith and actress Helena Bonham Carter also made an appearance to pay their respects to the late Vivienne.The Crown star Helena donned a red tartan dress with Changes hitmaker Paloma donned an eye-catching ensemble with a black cap and a pair of red, fluffy shoes.Model Sara Stockbridge was photographed in a black coat as she entered the cathedral.She donned a pair of brightly coloured socks and bright red heels in tribute to Vivienne.Stormzy, Sir Bob Geldof, Bez, Jaimie Winstone, Sadie Frost, Lily Cole, Elle Fanning, Lady Amelia Windsor and Beth Ditto were also spotted arriving.British Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also