Famous for whimsical, outrageous designs, he headed the French haute couture houses Givenchy (1995-1996) and Christian Dior (1996-2011). In 2011, his career went into a spin when he was caught for making anti-Semitic remarks in a Paris bar.
Now The New School for Design (New York) canceled his workshop with John Galliano because they could not agree on statuses for a “candid conversation” with students.
Fashion designer John Galliano, who was fired by Christian Dior over his anti-Semitic philippics, lost another job after curates.
The New School for Design (New York) announced on Tuesday that the class had been canceled.
Liz Rosenberg, Galliano’s publicize, said in an email on Wednesday, which they said “John will not be commenting nor will I on his behalf. So we are so sorry.”