No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani, dressed in a white-and-pink silk faille gown by John Galliano for Christian Dior, married Gavin Rossdale of Bush in London last weekend.
“She looked very beautiful,” Galliano told Us magazine for its Sept. 30 issue. The wedding took place Saturday at St. Paul’s church, with friends and family attending the hour-long ceremony, the magazine said.
Telephone calls to Stefani’s publicist in Los Angeles were not returned Tuesday.
Rossdale, 34, proposed to Stefani, 32, on New Year’s Day.
Stefani became a staple in the music world with No Doubt’s 1995 “Tragic Kingdom” album. British-born Rossdale made his American debut with Bush’s 1994 album “Sixteen Stone.”
It was the first marriage for both singers.