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June 15, 2013 / San Jose, Costa Rica / Marco Barquero Suarez
John Galliano is indisputably one of the last remaining big fashion talents of this
era. After his very public brush with the French law, where he was not only fired
from his post as Creative Director of the House of Dior, but fined for his anti-
He has laid low lately, to the point he decided not to attend the Met Gala, and skip any media presentations surrounding his stint at De La Renta.
The matter is: Is the world ready to forgive him?
It has been two years after his faux-
Are we going to permanently shut the doors to one of the greatest living designers for it?
Some heavy weights have tried to help him, but there is still resistance. Even the
almighty Anna Wintour (who concerted his re-
I, as a human, fashion fiend and well, someone who finally learned to forgive (sometimes) can only hope, that fashion's mightiest avatar will rescue the Spaniard and whisk him away to some atelier.
Pretty Anna, please?
PS. Now even the almighty Condé Nast is behind him, and he just gave an interview to Charlie Rose. I guess the Gods have spoken. (Yay!)
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