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...

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....

Designer John Galliano has been officially fired by Christian Dior. Last week the Paris fashion house suspended the designer following his arrest at a Parisian cafe. Galliano was accused of assault and making anti-Semitic remarks. The following day Galliano spoke out against the label's...

Semitic or racist words or behaviour" and said in a statement: "Pending the results of the inquiry, Christian Dior has suspended John Galliano from his responsibilities." Mr Galliano took over the creative helm at the company in 1996. He has been awarded the title of British Fashion Designer...

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...

A new creative director is set to helm the fashion house at John Galliano. British-born Bill Gaytten is expected to be given the top job after working alongside Galliano for over 23 years. The news was revealed on Friday, as Gaytten took to the catwalk after presenting the label's...

An unnamed woman has come forward to report that Dior designer John Galliano made anti-Semitic remarks toward her last October at Paris' La Perle, the same cafe in which he was accused of hurling similar slurs at a couple just last week . This weekend, London's The Sun posted video of...

the government wants a minimum fine of 10,000 euros for racial injury and anti-Semitism. 21.07 Even the Telegraph has given up. Looks like it's us, @GQfashion and the Huffington Post still in the game. 21.05 Defense says leave it up to the witnesses to decide if Galliano's an...

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 Guardian Galliano Fashion House Names Bill Gaytten Creative Director Bloomberg John Galliano's fashion house named Bill Gaytten as new creative director to replace the label's eponymous founding designer who was fired this year and is standing trial in Paris for making ... NEWSMAKER:...

 

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