I am absolutely sudden when I finally heard the news about JG getting fired from Dior house. I still wish all of these is a dream, and I’d wake up the next morning knowing Galliano is still with Dior ;(
He’s been one of my biggest inspiration growing up and Dior wouldn’t be the same without him, and I seriously hope to still see his works in the near future.
I wish all the best for him/his reputation/ and his career.
3 thoughts on “RIP Galliano for Dior”
I understand why he was fired (I can only image the PR nightmare for Christian Dior) but I really like Papa Galliano and I’m really bummed about this news. i feel like JG is one of those fashion personalities that everyone really aspires to work with and i think this is a huge loss for fashion at large. 🙁
As much as I disagree with statements made by Galliano, I feel that it is a bit unfair to him. He was clearly drunk, and those people at the bar were obviously taking advantage of the situation to provoke him to say things that he probably wouldn’t have said if he was sober.
I was reading an interview with Franca from Italian Vogue, and she said something that I think is very true,
“It’s Obvious That This Was A Bit Inauthentic In The Sense That If You Are Truly Fighting With Someone, You Don’t Have Time To Pick Up A Mobile Phone, Turn On The Video giggling And Mockingly Film What He Is Saying.”
It is very sad how far people would go to destroy a genius. I feel that the house of Dior is going to suffer without him as creative director. John is 100% responsible for the success of Dior. I can’t imagine who’s going to take over and do the house justice. John Galliano is a genius and that’s never going to change.
i loooooooove this outfit so much! very inspiring. and i feel your for JG. he is a good designer.
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