The Guardian John Galliano Says Drugs, Alcohol Were Behind His Anti-Semitic Remarks Hollywood Reporter The fashion designer testified in court on Wednesday that he was unable to remember any of his rants at a Paris bar because of his addiction. Fashion designer John Galliano testified in court...

allegedly uttering anti-semitic insults at a couple in a Parisian bar. Dior's Chief Executive, Sidney Toledano, issued a public statement stating that "Dior affirms with the utmost conviction its policy of zero tolerance towards any antisemitic or racist words or behaviour." As a result,...

As is the case with virtually any news story these days, the developments in the John Galliano story ⎯the designer being accused of hurling anti-Semitic insults at an (incidentally non-Jewish) couple while drinking at the Paris café, Le Perle⎯can be measured in tweets, quotes and snippets....

A quick recap: two years ago, Galliano was arrested and suspended for allegedly making anti-Semitic remarks ("I love Hitler!") in Paris. He was ultimately found guilty and fined a little less than $25,000. Public opinion has largely been against Galliano ever working in fashion again, but the...

37 Bloch says she was angry, Galliano was calm, but emphasises "the level of violence of his remarks". 16.34 Bloch says she "didn't want this incident to create such a media storm. I just thought I had no other choice but to file a complaint that night." 16.30 John Galliano speaks of...

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...

>> This afternoon in Paris, John Galliano arrived at a Palais de Justice courtroom for what is expected to be a one-day trial to determine whether he made anti-Semitic remarks to three separate people. He appeared in dressed-down garb compared to his usual: a black three-piece suit, black...

While the likes of Franca Sozzani and Patricia Fields have rushed to John Galliano‘s defense in the fallout since his Anti-Semitic remarks, Karl Lagerfeld has some harsh words for the disgraced designer. "I'm furious, if you want to know. I'm furious that it could happen, because the question...

John Galliano was fired from his eponymous label six weeks after his dismissal from Dior, the brand is still dealing with the after effects of the entire scandal – especially when it comes to their scent sales. The company has recently reported that fragrance sales have declined since...

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,...

 

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