What's Next in John Galliano's Career?
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^I think he DOES deserve this and yet it's still very sad and I do feel bad for him. Didn't expect this, tbh. But I could see why Christian Dior SA would do this. I recently saw a nice Galliano top in an outlet that had the John Galliano logo all over it and I thought to myself that I could never wear this because everyone would think I'd support racism if I was to wear it. I don't think it's possible to not associate the name and brand Galliano with everything that happened this February so I could see why Dior had to go all or nothing in this case. They either should have supported him and tried to redeem his reputation (or at least not further destroy it by calling him guilty before he had a chance to defend himself) or cut all strings and drop everything Galliano-related. Too bad for the fashion world that they went for the latter.
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