So when it was first rumoured that Galliano would be designing her dress, like all others with an interest in fashion, I wondered what the message was that Moss was sending. I'm sure she has been and will be slammed for her decision to go with Galliano considering the mess he's in right now. But I read an article in The Daily Beast that said-
"Some might think that in wearing the dress, Moss was making a symbolic statement about Galliano's skill as a designer, his importance in the fashion industry, or even the justice—or injustice—of his being fired. But Moss would be a flawed messenger. She is not some rarefied doyenne whose choices carry moral clout. She is not a power broker who speaks for the establishment. And she is not some surprising outlier whose decision to wear Galliano required complex and painful intellectual gymnastics."
It's true... Galliano is a fabulous designer and Moss isn't exactly the poster-child of Morality herself! You may remember a few years back pictures of Kate doing Cocaine had been released after which she had been dropped as the face of a lot of major labels. Even if she isn't trying to make a statement with the dress, it's nice that she chose to support a friend and be with him in his time of crisis... especially if he had been there to support her during hers.