Last Friday, designer for Christian Dior John Galliano was suspended from work following his arrest at Parisian cafe Le Perle for allegedly making anti-Semitic remarks and assault. Now, Galliano has been officially dismissed by Christian Dior after another, separate complaint was filed on...

Instead the fashion folk from the front row to those sitting in their office or on their couches were talking about how John Galliano allegedly attacked and insulted Geraldine Bloch. According to The Mirror, the Christian Dior designer assaulted the 35-year-old woman by grabbing her hair and...

John Galliano has been sacked from his own fashion label. The British-born designer – who was sacked from French couture house Christian Dior after going on an anti-Semitic rant in a Parisian cafe during which he said he loved Adolf Hitler – has now also been removed from his post at his...

Marc Jacobs is officially remaining at Louis Vuitton, explaining he still has "so much more to do" at the Paris-based fashion house, and will not move to Christian Dior. Interviewed by The Telegraph, Jacobs readdressed past rumors that he would be replacing former head designer John Galliano...

Galliano in any way. I hope at the very least, these terrible comments remind us to reflect and act upon combating these still-existing prejudices that are the opposite of all that is beautiful." The problem remains that she actually has a contract with Dior and we'll have to wait and see...

because his reputation in the fashion industry and job at Dior are pretty much en fumée (up in smoke). It's such a shame that he delivered such a hateful and ‘heil Hitler' like tongue lashing at all, let alone in public because as Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzani commented: "Christian Dior...

John Galliano's board decided it would be hard for the label to keep the designer due to his present reputation. Christian Dior, which owns 91 percent of the Galliano house, has been offered to sell the company. They have received several expressions of interest from Italian licensing...

The proceedings are expected to take place between April and June, and if convicted — anti-Semitic slurs are illegal in France — Galliano could face up to six months in prison and up to €22,500 ($31,000) in fines. As for his last Dior collection — for Fall 2011 — which is expected to be...

And the John Galliano arrest saga continues. We've heard an awful lot from Dior and witnesses coming to Galliano's defense , but not very much from the designer's camp — until now. Galliano's lawyer Stephane Zerbib spoke to WWD today in an effort to set the record straight. According to...

" The reported remarks happened at the same bar Parisian bar La Perle where he was arrested last Thursday for threatening behaviour and allegedly making anti-Semitic and racist comments. He was immediately suspended by Dior after his arrest, with the fashion house, owned by LVMH Moët...

 

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