Christian Dior said this afternoon that it had suspended the designer John Galliano pending an investigation into anti-Semitic remarks he allegedly made on Thursday night in Paris to a couple. According to French news agencies, quoting police sources, Mr. Galliano made the comment to a man...

The designer was absent, but represented by his new lawyer, Aurélien Hamelle of Metzner Associés. Last week it was reported that John Gallianodismissed his preceding lawyer, Stephane Zerbib following the discovery of 'apparent irregularities in respect of his firms administration of...

You know, towards the end, my father just couldn't talk to John Galliano at all, it was impossible – he wouldn't listen to anything. At that point, it crashes." And oh, diditevercrash. Luckily his replacement Raf Simons seems like a much easier guy to talk to. And in that adorable Belgian...

>> John Galliano is expected to make an appearance at his day-long trial tomorrow, and today his lawyer, Aurelien Hamelle, shed light on how he plans to argue the case. He attributed the designer's outburst shown in the now-infamous video to Galliano's longstanding drug and alcohol...

We don't know all the details yet but reports are coming in from about ten different agencies stating the Galliano was involved in an altercation in Paris last night with a couple. Eyewitnesses have spoken to the police and confirmed that Galliano was shouting anti-Semitic insults at the...

Today John Galliano stood trial for his anti-Semitic rant in Paris back in February, an action that many industry insiders believe will destroy his illustrious career forever. However, a small tidbit in today is hinting that Galliano might be plotting a comeback in one of the most...

September 9, 2011 Former Dior designer John Galliano was fined a total of €6,000 for his anti-Semitic and racist outbursts in Paris in October 2010 and February 2011, but escaped any jail time. The court ordered Galliano to pay a symbolic €1 in damages—the €6,000 fine having been suspended—and...

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,...

It looks like The Fashion World's got its own fire-spewing version of Mel Gibson! Bosses at posh fashion house Dior have suspended its head designer, John Galliano, after he was arrested for "allegedly" making anti-Semitic remarks to a couple who were seated on a cafe terrace in Paris on...

John Galliano's lawyer Stephane Zerbib was up against a lot of scrutiny as a Jewish man paid to defend someone accused of anti-Semitism (Zerbib was even the target of death threats). So when it was speculated that he had quit working for Galliano, we didn't really raise an eyebrow. But now a...

 

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