There were no black models at Chanel's resort collection, and according to The Cut, there were no black models at last year's resort show, fall 2011 show, spring 2011 couture show, or pre-fall 2011 show. DRAMA: The courts have decided that designer John Galliano is set to stand trial on...

John Galliano faced a Paris court yesterday to stand trial. Dressed conservatively in a black three-piece suit, black and white polka dot scarf and black brogues, the court will determine whether the remarks Galliano allegedly made in a cafe in February were anti-Semitic. During the trial, the...

LAWSUITS: John Galliano stood trial today to tell his story of what happened atin February. He told the jury he didn't remember the incident very well but admitted to being addicted to alcohol, Valium, and sleeping pills. A winning combination, we say. MORE CLOTHES, PLEASE: Christian...

Raf Simons to Replace John Galliano at Dior Parisian fashion house Dior is set to announce Raf Simons as the next creative director – replacing John Galliano who was fired last year after making anti-Semitic remarks. The hiring of Simons marks an arduous search by LVMH chairman, Bernard...

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...

Turns out, John Galliano will not be teaching a Parsons master class after all! ~ Fashionista London department store Selfridges is set to launch the world's first fashion drive-thru service! ~ Telegraph Sarah Jessica Parker was the victim of a hilarious photobombing incident on the red...

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...

" After the judge read Galliano's alleged anti-Semitic comments (to suppressed giggles in the courtroom), Galliano was questioned. Snippets from the conversation, below. Judge: Do you remember what happened that night 24 February? John Galliano: I don't remember very well. I can't remember...

"We had a table at La Perle and John Galliano sat next to us, he spoke to a couple at a nearby table to say 'Cheers' and they insulted him. An argument started and the police came, so Galliano's bodyguard suggested that they should go to the police station to sort it out. He wasn't 'busted'...

With John Galliano's trial for public insult set for today in Paris, his lawyer has revealed a few details of her defense argument. Aurelien Hamelle told reporters late yesterday that her client isn't anti-Semitic. He's just a guy who took way too many anti-depressants. Hamele, who...

 

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