Dior, Chanel, Prada, Gucci, YSL: Who's the Most Diverse?

We've written a lot over the years about the racial diversity of the American fashion industry — and particularly the diversity of the models cast to walk in New York fashion week — but less about the biggest brands headquartered in fashion's other three global centers: Paris, London, and Milan. With couture week… »7/03/13 5:40pm7/03/13 5:40pm

Jennifer Lawrence on Her New Dior Campaign: 'Of Course It's Photoshop, People Don't Look Like That'

Jennifer Lawrence agrees with you that her new Dior campaign doesn't look very much like her. "Oh my god, I haven't seen this," she told Access Hollywood upon being shown the ads for the first time. "That doesn't look like me at all. I love Photoshop more than anything in the world. Of course it's Photoshop, people… »2/28/13 7:00pm2/28/13 7:00pm

Raf Simons Out at Jil Sander, Maybe in at Christian Dior

"Raf Simonsto leave Jil Sander. Show on Saturday to be his last." So Tweeted New York Times critic Cathy Horyn this morning at 8:53. By 9:04, the official statement was out and Horyn's post was up: Simons, the popular and critically acclaimed Jil Sander designer would leave the house on Monday, just after presenting… »2/23/12 2:15pm2/23/12 2:15pm

Six Months After Galliano's Meltdown, Dior Still Hasn't Replaced Him

Six months after John Galliano was fired for making racist remarks to a couple of strangers in a bar, Christian Dior still doesn't have a creative director. Galliano's halfway to having his reputation restored — he made Kate Moss's wedding dress, and the editor of Vogue Italia is now telling the press to get some… »9/28/11 2:05pm9/28/11 2:05pm

Marc Jacobs Not Opposed To Designing For Dior, Oh No

Marc Jacobs told a reporter "it would be an honor" to design for Dior. "There's no question that the two great couture houses in Paris are Chanel and Dior…. I think it would be a very hard thing to turn down." This is the first time that the designer has directly addressed the rumor that he is in talks to succeed the… »9/13/11 1:20pm9/13/11 1:20pm

Dior C.E.O. Likens Designer Search To Husband-Hunting

Dior insists that studio head Bill Gaytten, who oversaw that dog's breakfast of a fall couture collection, is just a place-holder designer. The brand will "take all its time" to replace John Galliano, the longtime creative director it fired in March for habitual drunkenness/being an embarrassing racist. "You know when… »7/06/11 12:50pm7/06/11 12:50pm

Dior's First Couture Show Without John Galliano Was A Total Mess

After fifteen years at Christian Dior, John Galliano was fired for inveterate alcoholism and being rather racist this spring. While Galliano fights a court case, Dior has dragged its feet in replacing him. So the brand went ahead with a couture show in Paris yesterday without a new designer. The pieces in the… »7/05/11 1:40pm7/05/11 1:40pm