Friday, 18 January 2013

The Galliano Comeback



A shocker for the fashion industry! John Galliano is making a fashion comeback. Galliano is well known for his contributions to Dior collections, as a remarkable and talented fashion designer.
Some of his work includes;
 2003, a unique and certainly interesting design from Galliano!
 Spring Collection 2011, John Galliano designs in Paris fashion week.



However, in March 2011, Dior sacked Galliano for his anti-Semitic remarks recorded on camera in a Paris cafĂ©. After a somewhat low profile for over a year, John Galliano has now returned to the spotlight as he prepares for his big fashion comeback….
It seems that it’s not just some ‘minor’ employment that Galliano has bagged himself either, Galliano is currently making preparations for the upcoming New York Fashion Week Show.. and that’s not all… (drum roll please..) Galliano will be making his return thanks to his temporary residency (of 3 weeks) at Oscar De La Renta’s studio! There’s no doubt about it, Galliano is a mega talented designer that upped Dior’s collections and took them to the limits of fashion. His employment after being dismissed from Dior included designing this:
None other than Miss Kate Moss’s wedding dress! On July 1st 2011, Kate Moss walked down the aisle in Galliano’s design and I think you will agree – it’s gorgeous, traditional and sparkly! What more could a girl want for her fairy-tale wedding?

  
 After publicly apologizing and confessing to being an alcoholic, Galliano confirms his recovery.  In forgiving spirits, De La Renta welcomes Galliano back into the industry after he proved his sobriety.
  Putting aside Galliano’s past and acknowledging him for his talent as a designer, I am insanely excited for what wild and crazy ideas Galliano will bring to the collection for New York Fashion Week show! Known for his theatrical and ambiguous pieces, there will certainly be beauty on the catwalk!



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