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...

Galliano to stand trial; offers statement denying claims of racism As the fall-out over the John Galliano scandal continues, the latest news is that he will stand trial over the incident which took place at a Paris café, in which he allegedly made anti-Semitic and racist remarks towards a...

John Galliano will stand trial for public insults on June 22. Announced at a hearing held at the Palais de Justice earlier yesterday, the trial will take place at the High Court in Paris. The designer was absent, but represented by his new lawyer, Aurélien Hamelle of Metzner Associés. Last...

John Galliano will stand trial in Paris on June 22 on charges of verbally abusing three people with anti-Semitic and racist slurs on two separate occasions. The British-born designer – who was sacked from French couture house Christian Dior after allegedly launching into an anti-Semitic rant...

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,...

More designer news is flooding in this morning with the latest on the John Galliano scandal. Despite being in rehab since March for alcohol and medication addiction, the British designer is expected to stand trial on charges of public insult on Wednesday. Galliano will front a Paris court...

Paris' Prosecutors Office has confirmed that John Galliano will stand trial over his anti-Semitic remarks. He is being convicted of ‘public insult', which carries a sentence of up to 6 months imprisonment and a fine of around £18,500. The proceedings are set to take place in the second...

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...

after John Galliano issued an apology statement this morning completely denying the claims made against him, the Paris prosecutors' office has announced that it has decided to put the designer on trial following a police investigation. The proceedings are expected to take place between...

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...

 

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