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...

Dior, controlled by French luxury goods tycoon Bernard Arnault, abruptly fired Galliano on day one of Paris fashion week in March as he was officially charged with pronouncing anti-Semitic insults at a cafe in the French capital. Last weekend, John Galliano- who has denied the accusations...

au Designer John Galliano fired from his own label Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) — Fashion designer John Galliano was fired from his own designer label over accusations of anti-Semitism and racism. Galliano, who was fired on March 1 as chief designer at Christian Dior, was dumped from the...

After the controversy over anti-semitic comments and his arrest, John Galliano has been fired from Dior. The news came this morning by the president and chief executive officer of Christain Dior, Sidney Toledano. "I unequivocally condemn the statements made by John Galliano, which are in...

Ever since John Galliano issued an apology last week, things from his camp have been relatively quiet — that is until now. The designer's lawyer Stephane Zerbib, who by the way is Jewish, recently sat down for a lengthy interview with Isreal's YNet News to talk about the circumstances...

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 latest chapter in the John Galliano saga sees the designer fire his lawyer and hire a new one. The British designer recently dismissed Stéphane Zerbib as his lawyer following "the discovery of apparent irregularities" with his firm's administration of Galliano's financial affairs over a...

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...

after John's arrest: "Dior affirms with the utmost conviction its policy of zero tolerance towards any anti-Semitic or racist words or behavior. Pending the results of the inquiry, Christian Dior has suspended John Galliano from his responsibilities." The 50-year-old designer is, however,...

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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