John Galliano sacked from his own fashion label

Friday April 15, 2011

Things have gone from bad to worse for John Galliano.

Having been sacked by Christian Dior in March for alleged anti-Semitic behaviour, the disgraced designer has been ousted from his own label.

The John Galliano label – established in 1991 – is 91 per cent owned by Christian Dior SA.

And according to reports, the board recently met and decided to let the British couturier go.

It is thought that the in-house design team at John Galliano – currently working on their pre-Spring collection – will take over creative responsibilities.

The designer was seen in Los Angeles at the weekend after reportedly attending rehab in Arizona.

In February, he was accused of making anti-Semitic remarks during an altercation at a Parisian café, and is due to stand trail.

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