DRAMA: The courts have decided that designer John Galliano is set to stand trial on June 22 in Paris. He will be represented by and if charged with racist insults, the designer would face six months in jail and a fine of about $31,270. RETAIL: After Julia Roberts said Theodora & Callum...

This past two weeks were crazy for John Galliano, everything started with some allegations of very shocking anti-Semitism coming from the designer to a couple at a little cafe, then it turned into a viral nasty rumor with video release and beyond, all this ended with Galliano getting fired...

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...

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...

Although it was reported that John Gallianowould continue to stay in rehab and not attend his trial, he will in fact be in the French court on Wednesday, according toVogue UK. The trial looks to be a media circus because the court is completely open to the public and press – which maybe...

"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'...

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...

a black three-piece suit, black brogues, and a black-and-white polka-dotted neckerchief, and removed his fedora upon entering the courtroom, which, according to a Wall Street Journal reporter in attendance, is "hotter than a Jardin des Tuileries fashion show inside." After the judge read...

The verdict is out for a reconciliation between Christian Dior and John Galliano. As he stands trial at a Parisian court for his anti-semitic comments made back in february, the 50-yr-old Gibraltar-born designer's fate has been decided. The Fashion House have gone ahead to replace him with...

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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