>Ne regrettez vous rien, Monsieur Galliano?


I think that Kate Moss isn’t the only one when she once said that it was love at first sight while talking about John Galliano. Well, this was some time ago and what is occuring out of the crush many of us may have had on the Jack Sparrow of the fashionworld? Not much I guess. At least when I talk about that issue personally. As all of us may have read the past two days, he got suspended from Dior because of a serious accusation against the fashion-tsar and I can’t tell what to believe (because it’s always a perfect meal for hungry boulevard-journalists to put that rumour-steak into the gossip-pan). However, it must have been not the only reason for Dior to kick out Galliano. I really don’t think that they would suspend one of the best designers of our time because of meanwhile still unexplained incidents ( okay I might not be a lawyer but he’s considered to be innocent until the opposite is proven). There must have been some other issues concerning Galliano in relation to his work for Dior. However, I think it will be hard to recover from that kick-out and then there is this question in my head asking “is that probably the end of one of the most bizarre figures we still have?”. If he’s proven guilty, he really deserves the work-ban and shouldn’t be longer considered as an importance to the fashion-world. When Coca-Kate had to deal with her accusations (which were already proven from the moment the pictures were released to the rest of the world), half of the fashion-world stood behind her. It was a kind of cult to tell that you still love Kate like McQueen did. But is this world with all its bizarre, crazy, sad, amazing people ready for some racist statements? And should one make a difference between the private Galliano and the show-figure with all the wonderful, outstanding collections? Without doubt, he is a brilliant head. A master in his work. He deserves the crown for all of his brilliance in craziness and the facade he’s presenting as a person. But is he still the same when ignoring the possibility of some accusation to be true? The solidarity towards the result of his talent (his collections, his shows, his whole appearance) remains but as long as this incident is not clarified, it will be hard to decide whom to believe.

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With an Austrian and German background, Anna has lived in London for almost 7 years now. started as a personal fashion & lifestyle diary in 2009 and was re-launched in 2015 with a new design.

  • Jason laucht

    >its unfair what dior did. they shouldve wait and not suspending someone right away

  • Catherine

    >love this designer, great post. <3

  • Tabatha

    >Well, that's really a though question! I'll give him the benefit of the doubt until he's proven guilty. If he really made antisemitic statements (drunken or not, reminds me of Mel Gibson BTW), he shouldn't work for Dior anymore, because that isn't acceptable in any way.
    But I heard the Dior people haven't even talked to him about the incident, so just like you I'm wondering if there have been other issues before that made them react so quickly?
    Who knows if we'll ever know the truth, there are always (at least) 2 sides to every story.

  • Jade "Purple" Brown

    >hes a genius!

  • dEwLiciouZ

    >unfortunately, dior not wise response this problem

  • Delauren ♥

    >Thanks ;) Me too like US-shorts ;))


    >Galliano is genius and there is no doubt about that in the world, his work for Dior is spectacular. But not suspending him from the company would hurt Dior's image.. The proof to what Galliano did sadly was caught on tape and is all over the internet :-\ xx

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