Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss are among some of the fashion industry's big names reportedly set to take to the stage for the London Olympics closing ceremony.
While the show's organizers are keen to keep the plans under tight wraps, leaked documents reported in the British press July 15 that supermodel Moss will lead a tribute to British fashion.
The 38-year-old south London native will reportedly make her way along a huge catwalk alongside fellow supers Naomi Campbell, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole and Georgia May Jagger for the August 12 extravaganza.
Famed British couturiers including Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton and Stella McCartney -- who designed the Team GB kits -- are set to dress the models, who will allegedly take to the runway to David Bowie's classic hits "Fashion" and "Rebel Rebel."
While the spectacle isn't guaranteed -- a London 2012 spokesperson stressed the list of performers could change and told The Daily Mail "we won't comment" -- the news certainly gives fashionistas a reason to tune in.
Other big names linked to the closing ceremony include Queen, Take That, The Who, George Michael and Annie Lennox.