I'm furious with him because of the harm he did to LVMH and Bernard Arnault, who is a friend, and who supported him more than he supported any other designer in his group, because Dior is his favorite label. It's as if he had his child hurt." It's reassuring to know that there are industry...

DesignTracker| In a decisive move that must have Bernard Arnault up all night drinking whiskey, Dior has suspended designer John Galliano pending a full investigation of the incident this week in which the designer became embroiled in an argument with a couple in a cafe. "Christian Dior has...

I'm furious with him because of the harm he did to LVHM and Bernard Arnault, who is a friend, and who supported him more than he supported any other designer in his group, because Dior is his favorite label. It's as if he had his child hurt."

Galliano, known for his theatrical and dramatic styles, had grown out of touch with minimalist, sober and conservative designs favored after the financial crisis. Possible contenders to replace Galliano include Peter Copping at Nina Ricci and, within the LVMH group, Riccardo Tisci at...

Dior, controlled by French luxury goods tycoon Bernard Arnault, abruptly fired Galliano on day one of Paris fashion week in March as he was officially charged with pronouncing anti-Semitic insults at a cafe in the French capital. Last weekend, John Galliano- who has denied the accusations...

>> Despite reports late last week that LVMH was considering re-hiring John Galliano to design for his eponymous label, it's not happening. LVMH chief Bernard Arnault laid any rumors to rest on Saturday, when hesaid of Galliano: "He will not be working for LVMH." Arnault added that after...

Despite rumors to the contrary, Bernard Arnault has set the record straight: embattled designer John Galliano will never again work for LVMH. On Friday, the New York Times' Cathy Horyn reported whisperings of "casual discussions among LVMH executives about the feasibility of Mr. Galliano...

Despite earlier reports suggesting John Galliano would eventually be invited back to the helm of his namesake label, LVMH CEO Bernard Arnaulttold the New York Times' Cathy Horyn that the disgraced designer is not welcome at LVMH. "He will not be working for LVMH," Arnault said after the Dior...

~ Styleite John Galliano's famous comeback interview with Charlie Rose is now being adapted for the stage—more specifically for a puppet show! ~ WWD Welcome to the fashion Hall of Fame, Christopher Bailey! The Burberry CEO and chief creative officer came away with the top honor at last...

Jacobs is currently the head designer at Louis Vuitton, so would be switching his position there for the one at Dior - and Phoebe Philo, Céline's creative director, has emerged as his Louis Vuitton replacement, but would also continue her work at Céline if she is given the job reports claim....

 

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