John Galliano

Celebrities from every artistic field took to this year’s Met Gala’s red carpet with a statement-making look of their own
Am I able to echo a fellow darling of the fashion clique, Vidal Sassoon, who once memorably said that: 'It's OK saying sorry but when you are drunk you say what you really feel.'?
We've all been there. You've had a long day, you're a bit under the weather, and you say something racist. Or sexist. Or
As Head of Womenswear Design at Central St Martin's for 17 years, Howard Tangye's fashion illustrations have been highly influential to his students, most notably John Galliano, Stella McCartney, Richard Nicoll and Julie Verhoeven.
Never before have we had such variety and freedom, and when it comes to fashion, pretty much anything goes. One particular sector of the market, children's wear, is seeing rapid growth and, according to The Telegraph, in the UK alone it's estimated to be worth a staggering £500 million.
A few weeks ago I blogged in these pages about disgraced couturier John Galliano under the headline "Galliano deserves another
John Galliano has come a long way from being fashion's enfant terrible to a terribly drunken anti-semitic rant in a Paris
Oh the 80s, the era that kept neon light manufacturers in business, rhinestone cameo brooches sparkling against our spiked glasses of Sodastream and Italian dance diva Spagna's spiky mane burning tiny holes in our eyes - aww, I remember it well.