The Guardian John Galliano Says Drugs, Alcohol Were Behind His Anti-Semitic Remarks Hollywood Reporter The fashion designer testified in court on Wednesday that he was unable to remember any of his rants at a Paris bar because of his addiction. Fashion designer John Galliano testified in court...

haute couture show Reuters Bill Gaytten (R), head of studio of French house Dior, and his assistant Susanna Venegas appear at the end of the Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2011/2012 fashion show for French fashion house Dior in Paris July 4, 2011. By Nick Vinocur PARIS (Reuters Life! ... 3...

>> Typically, Cathy Horyn writes , "a Dior show would be an occasion for a mob scene at the front gates, celebrities filling front-row seats, and the arrival of Bernard Arnault." But today, not so: there were no big name celebrities (just Anna Wintour , Emmanuelle Alt, Mario Testino, and...

And WSJ's Christina Binkley predicts via Twitter : "Don't expect the Galliano thing to end easily. French gov't will likely require a process, and there's the Galliano line to contend with." She's referring to the fate of Galliano's eponymous label — which, like Dior, is owned by LVMH. It...

The dismissal was a bombshell on the first day of Paris Fashion Week and three days before the 50-year old designer's Dior show was due to run on Friday. Mr Galliano's career had been hanging by a thread since last Thursday, when he was arrested after a couple complained that he had cast...

Well, the verdict is in – John Galliano has been found guilty in court today of making anti-Semitic remarks in a Paris cafe in February. The sentencing is a little better than expected – there was a possibility of the troubled designer serving 6 months in prison, but instead is paying a fine...

" Bloch claimed Galliano used about 30 anti-Semitic remarks in the space of the 30-45 minute altercation at a café near the designer's home but didn't leave as "a matter of principle." Virgitti, frightened by the media shitstorm that sprang up immediately after the news of Galliano's...

By Erin Weinger on September 8, 2011 Seems fitting that on the very same day the style world is celebrating Fashion's Night Out, former Dior designer John Galliano has been found guilty of making anti-Semitic remarks at a bar earlier this year. Seeing as how he's lost his career,...

The Christian Dior show took place in Paris yesterday without John Galliano. Yet instead of a coup de gras from the week long scandal associated with the now fired couturier, the house emerged victorious in what many editors thought of as a formidable "crisis management" show. Dior CEO...

PARIS (AFP) – Dior on Friday presented its last collection overseen by flamboyant designer John Galliano, distancing itself from the "disgraceful" tirade that saw him sacked this week for alleged anti-Semitism. Completely overshadowed by the Galliano scandal, the show took place in a subdued...

 

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