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John Galliano 2014 Fall/Winter Collection

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Taking on a more athletic approach, John Galliano delivers a flamboyant collection for 2014 fall/winter. Headed by designer Bill Gaytten, geometric patterns overhaul leggings, slim-fitted shirts and jackets, while technical materials and synthetic fa...

John Galliano’s First-Ever Sober Interview with Vanity Fair

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In the 52-year-old designer’s first interview since his 2011 firing from Dior, John Galliano recently sat down with Vanity Fair contributing editor Ingrid Sischy for a series of wide-ranging conversations ranging from the now-infamous anti-Semi...

Raf Simons to Replace John Galliano at Dior

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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...

John Galliano Nylon Zip-Up Parka

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Currently under the helm of Bill Gayten, the John Galliano brand continues to flourish devoid of its eponymous designer with the release of this new outerwear option. Detailed by a subtle camo print body, this parka features a complementing fur accen...

John Galliano Found Guilty

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John Galliano’s triple addiction to alcohol, sleeping tablets and Valium was not strong enough reasoning for a non-guilty verdict for the ex-creative director of French fashion house Dior. In February 2011, the Gibraltar-born Galliano was reported fo...

John Galliano Homme Leather P-Coat

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Although John Galliano has recently received a well-deserved heaping of global shame and even faces legal actions as a result of anti-Semitic comments that he drunkenly hurled at strangers, his brand has not yet been shuttered. Deemed still profitabl...

Bill Gaytten Announced as John Galliano Replacement

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The relatively unknown Bill Gaytten has been announced as the successor to John Galliano’s eponymous label. Despite being a relatively surprising announcement given his relative obscurity, however, Gaytten was perhaps the man best suited to...