Oscar de la Renta continues to support to his dear friend and moonlighting designer in residence, John Galliano: de la Renta has supposedly been in talks to bring Galliano on board, full time…
Conde Nast International’s chairman and chief Jonathan Newhouse has come out in support of John Galliano, telling Vogue UK that they’ve developed a tight friendship since that little incident a few years ago. “After he left Christian Dior and went into recovery from his illness, our relationship deepened and became a friendship,” he explains.
We’ve been curious to hear John Galliano’s side of the story since his 2011 anti-semetic rant and he finally opens up to Ingrid Sischy in Vanity Fair’s June issue. The troubled designer reveals he’s been sober for two years after a stint at an Arizona rehab facility, and has no recollection of the incident that ended his career at Dior. The full article includes interviews with Kate Moss, Oscar de la Renta, Diane von Furstenberg, Elton John, Anna Wintour, Jonathan Newhouse, Naomi Campbell, as well as members of the Jewish community, including Rabbi Barry Marcus, of London’s Central Synagogue, and Abe Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League. You can read the entire interview when VF hits stands on June 6th. Here are a few quotes from Sischy’s interview to keep you satiated until then…
Another John Galliano interview might be in the works. The man hasn’t spoken to the press since an apologetic announcement after his famous incident, but Galliano still continues to stir up the headlines The fascination with Galliano’s career status continues, including his stint with Oscar de la Renta, that class at Parson’s (which was subsequently canceled), and a much-anticipated upcoming Vanity Fair interview, the latter of which was recently conducted by Ingrid Sischy, according to WWD, although the publication date remains a mystery.
This should be interesting…John Galliano has given his first extensive interview to Vanity Fair for their July issue. Galliano’s publicist Liz Rosenberg didn’t have much to expand on the focus of the story, telling WWD: â€œI have no idea because I havenâ€™t seen the article. I donâ€™t know if thereâ€™s a slant.â€ The interview was conducted by Ingrid Sischy, who is also a friend of the designer.
Kristen Stewart Tells Nicolas Ghesquiere She’d ‘Run Away With Him’ [NYMag.com]
The actress delivers an f-bomb laced interview to 032C magazine about her admiration for the designer
John Galliano Won’t Attend The Met Ball [The Telegraph]
The designer’s publicist Liz Rosenberg says John Galliano will not attend The Met Ball
Christopher Raeburn Unveils Festival Project With Victorinox [Vogue UK]
The designer has teamed up with Victorinox to create an 11-piece collection focused on festival wear
Would Anna Wintour Settle For A Safety Pin? [The New York Times]
Eric Wilson investigates the problems of dressing for this year’s Met Ball
Sufjan Steven’s Crazy Guide To College Fashion [Buzzfeed]
Check out the musician’s newspaper article on fashion from 1995 at Hope College in Michigan
John Galliano’s got another new gig. His latest role? Teacher. The designer is set to teach a masterclass series at Parsons entitled, “Show Me Emotion!” The class will be taught to the design school’s seniors in the bachelor of fine arts program. The four-day course will include three days in the design studio with Galliano, which will be followed by a critique and Q&A with the dean of fashion, Simon Collins.
Don’t fret: it’s just denim, people! Welcome to New York! Any problems with the snow?
No snow drama! Iâ€™ve been here since Tuesday. I was shooting couture here.
What are you looking forward to in New York?
Last season I was only here for a few days, so Iâ€™m happy to be here longer. I like show season!
In the midst of his super secretive gig with Oscar de la Renta, John Galliano exited a Paris courtoom today with another small victory towards his road to redemption. The news? The French Labor Relations Court ruled that they were qualified to hear the designer’s side of the story, which is bound to come out in his $15 million lawsuit against his former employer Christian Dior and namesake label John Galliano. This is just the first step in what will undoubtedly be a long battle. Galliano’s lawyer, Chantal Giraud-Gaver, said it could take years due to a back-up of cases at the court.
Somebody call TMZ! Page Six is reporting that John Galliano was spotted yesterday having brunch with Grace Coddington and a male friend at Sant Ambroeus in the West Village. It was reported last week that Oscar de la Renta is lending his studio to the troubled designer for the next three weeks. Keep us posted on any Galliano sightings…