John Galliano Launch Online Store

Submitted by on Saturday, 19 November 2011 | One Comment

Life has not been too great for disgraced designer, John Galliano, after his anti-Semitic outburst in a Paris café earlier this year. Following his conviction, Galliano was sacked as creative director of Dior and replaced by British designer Bill Gaytten.

It looks like the designer label won’t be held down as The House of John Galliano is moving on from all of the bad press brought onto them by the designer and is now setting foot into cyberspace with the launch of a brand new fashion and shopping website. The ‘Galliano Gazette’ is a newspaper themed fashion site which aims to create global access for millions of Galliano fans.

Fashion fans can browse the latest Lookbooks, shop new collections and even purchase Sale items while also keeping up to date with the Galliano Diary, which will bring all of the latest news and updates to it’s new audience.

Customers can enjoy free shipping on all items, sign up to the newsletter and generally just enjoy the fashionable delights of Galliano. Visitors can also read the story of how new creative director, Bill Gaytten came to meet John Galliano over 23 years ago and how they built a close working relationship together before Galliano became embroiled in an anti-Semitic row.

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  • Chau

    LVMH makes money from Galliano’s name after firing him, it’s so cynical. I will not be putting money in their pocket, sorry.