I think the goal is interesting because the court of public opinion was solicited prior to legal actions. When someone call out somebody, they expect some sort of repercussions or punition. Wang is a major player in the American Fashion industry and the outcome of this issue (now that lawyers are involved) will have an impact in his position in the western fashion world. Personally, this won’t have an impact as I’m not a Wang customer but it will be interesting nevertheless. I’m also curious to see how Wang will get out of this... But i think what you said about the values is very interesting and I think there’s always some sort of double standard because we are human. Anybody can find excuses to justify why he/she supports a designer. I admire Galliano. I stopped buying his stuff from Dior a longtime before the debacle. I’ve bought clothes from his era at Margiela... But from some people, the introspection work he has done hasn’t changed the way they feels about him. And I think for me what was particularly interesting in the Galliano thing was the reaction of the victims.