Oscar joy has been shortlived for newly-minted Academy Award winner Natalie Portman. The stunning starlet, who won the Best Actress prize at Sunday night's Oscars, could see her endorsement deal with fashion house Christian Dior fall by the wayside in the wake of the racially-charged public...

-Semitic rant to several fellow patrons at a Paris restaurant . . . But Chanel liked Nazis , too." So will Moss, who is said to have enlisted Galliano to do her wedding dress, stand by the designer? What about any of the rest of the industry? We know where Christian Dior face Natalie...

Michelle Knox-Brown, who formerly worked as a personal assistant for model Erin O'Connor, was found guilty of stealing £10,251 (about $ 16,955) from O'Connor over a period of three years. She spent the money on vacations, taxi fares, and clothes by using O'Connor's credit card and petty...

The verdict came in yesterday for John Galliano... and it wasn't ideal, but it could have be much worse. The British designer was found guilty of anti-Semitism and fined a total of 13,500 euros. The result comes after aseven hour trial in June which saw Galliano testify to a Paris court...

Natalie Portman on John Galliano Posted by Dolls Factory on Tuesday, 1 March 2011 · 3 Comments Natalie Portman is the new testimonial for Miss Dior Cheriè . A statement release has come from the Oscar winning actress: "I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video of John Galliano's...

A Paris court has found John Galliano guilty of making anti-Semitic remarks. The flamboyant fashion designer, known for his over-the-top runway collections, was found guilty on Thursday of "public insults based on origin, religious affiliation, race or ethnicity". John Gallinao was given...

Jean-Paul Guerlain has been found guilty of making racist remarks on French television during an interview in 2010. A French court fined the 75-year-old perfumer $8,000, as well as an additional $5,370 each to Movement Against Racism and for Friendship, SOS Racism Association, and French...

Designer John Galliano was found guilty on charges of racism by a Parisian court Thursday. The allegations stemmed from an anti-Semitic tirade made by Galliano towards patrons in a Paris café earlier this year. The designer will serve no jail time but has been issued a suspended fine of...

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 Paris courts have found fashion designer John Galliano guilty of making anti-Semitic slurs. According to reports the designer will not be serving jail time. He was sentenced to pay a fine, although the exact amount is still unknown. Reports vary from 6,000 to 17,500 Euros. Although, he...

 

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