Kate Moss and John Galliano have teamed up for British Vogue December 2013 issue. Designer John Galliano makes a creative return as guest fashion editor for an fantastical shoot with long-time friend and supporter Kate Moss that takes in the Ballet Russe and Malcolm McLaren as inspiration. Discover more about the issue at British Vogue.
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Designer John Galliano has given his first TV interview with Charlie Rose. It’s the first interview since John Galliano was fired from Dior for an anti-Semitic outburst. The hour long interview can be seen online at CharlieRose.Com.
In the interview John states “I’m not an anti-semite, I am not a racist”.
In the candid interview John Galliano talks openly about addiction and the impact it’s had on his career. He has been working on his recovery and has been sober for 2 years and explains,”I will be in recovery for the rest of my life“.
Watch an excerpt of the interview here now and to see the full length interview go to CharlieRose.Com
In Paris we get an exclusive look backstage at John Galliano Spring 2012 with makeup artist Pat McGrath, hairstylist Orlando Pita and top models Karlie Kloss, Miranda Kerr and Constance Jablonski. The beauty look was inspired by silent movie star Mary Pickford, so Pat used sepia blush on the cheeks and paled out the model’s skin with a light foundation to make the girls look “sweet and innocent“.
This was a confident first collection for Galliano’s new Creative Director Bill Gaytten, and he stayed true to the brand’s feminine aesthetic. Gaytten worked along side John Galliano for over 23 years, so he knows how the Galliano girl wants to look and feel. The bias cut evening dresses were sexy and romantic and just the way you want to look in summer. To shop the collection check out the new John Galliano online store.
In Paris the first Dior Couture show without designer John Galliano was presented at the Rodin Museum to mostly negative, biting reviews. This was the first collection by studio director Bill Gaytten, a studio assistant who came to Dior in 1999 with John Galliano. Sidney Toledano, the chief executive of Dior and Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH were testing Mr. Gaytten for the role of creative director of Dior. They recently named Bill Gaytten the creative director of the Galliano brand.
John Galliano’s shoes are not easy to fill. Even with the the entire Galliano creative team in place – makeup artist Pat McGrath, hairstylist Orlando Pita, millner Steven Jones and Jeremy Healy on music this Dior Couture collection ‘failed to launch‘ according to many press reports including the New York Times. Watch the fashion video and read the press reviews.
John Galliano presented his stunning Christian Dior Haute Couture Spring 2011 collection in Paris yesterday to rave reviews. The show was decadent, seductive and beautiful and just what we need right now – a fantasy that makes us dream.
Galliano said his Dior Couture collection was inspired by René Gruau, the illustrator whose work for Christian Dior in the forties and fifties created the house’s most iconic imagery. The London Telegraph’s Hilary Alexander went backstage and spoke to Galliano about the look of the show.
Photographer Sonny Vandevelde captures the magic and drama backstage at John Galliano’s Fall 2011 Mens Fashion show. We’re a major fan of Sonny’s work and you can view his Paris Fashion Week photo diary on T Magazine’s site with updates daily.
Romantic and vibrant, is the only way to describe the stunning look of Dior for Fall 2010. Designer John Galliano was inspired by the 17th century and the movie the Libertines by Johnny Depp.
Backstage makeup artist Pat McGrath gave the models flushed cheeks, and Orlando Pita teased the models hair to the extreme creating a slightly frizzy finish that formed a halo like effect around the head. The result was simply stunning. One of our favorite top models Karlie Kloss opens the show. Watch our fashion video and go backstage.
British Designer John Galliano opened the Fall 2010 Haute Couture Collections in Paris today with his dazzling, technicolor floral-inspired collection for Dior. The show was exotic explosion of color like we’ve never seen before.
Galliano’s inspiration was gardens and flowers, and that theme was felt in every detail right down to the models towering ‘peony’ hairdos, each were encased in cellophane wrapping just like a bunch of flowers, thanks to the genius work of milliner Stephen Jones. Galliano said the show was inspired in part by photographer Irving Penn and the beautiful garden of Christian Dior’s childhood home. Watch the video courtesy of the London Daily Telegraph’s Hilary Alexander.