Marc Jacobs Said To Be Replacing John Galliano At Dior

Women's Wear Daily is reporting that Bernard Arnault has at last found a replacement for John Galliano at Christian Dior, the €21 billion luxury brand that is one of the biggest and sparkliest jewels in LVMH's crown. According to "sources," Marc Jacobs is in "talks" to leave Louis Vuitton to take over Dior. Phoebe Philo,… » 8/22/11 1:10pm 8/22/11 1:10pm

Today In Luxury Designer Firings: Chloé Dumps Creative Director

Designer Hannah MacGibbon is out at Chloé. Effective June 1st, the designer Clare Waight Keller, formerly of Pringle of Scotland, will replace MacGibbon as Chloé's creative director. Despite mostly good reviews and some lovely collections — and despite being the entire reason 70s-style camel coats were in all of the… » 5/09/11 12:10pm 5/09/11 12:10pm

Why Is Dior Waiting So Long To Replace John Galliano?

On the night of Thursday, February 24th, John Galliano was arrested for allegedly launching into racist and anti-Semitic tirade against two strangers at a Paris bar. Within hours, two more alleged victims of Galliano's hate speech had come forward to police, and a notorious video of Galliano drunkenly slurring, "I love… » 4/19/11 4:01pm 4/19/11 4:01pm

John Galliano Fired From His Own Label

John "I love Hitler" Galliano was swiftly fired from Christian Dior after he was arrested for allegedly harassing a couple with a racist tirade in a Paris bar — and after rather damning video footage of Galliano engaging in a similar rant emerged in the tabloids. Dior distanced itself from its longtime creative director… » 4/15/11 11:45am 4/15/11 11:45am

Emmanuelle Alt May Be Carine Roitfeld's Successor At French Vogue

Taylor Swift And Blake Lively Are The Worst Ladymag Cover Stars

  • Worst-selling, that is. Swift's April Elle issue sold the fewest copies of the year, and her covers of Glamour and Marie Claire were nearly as bad. Blake Lively bombed on Vogue and Esquire, but weirdly sold well for Allure. [WWD]
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Was Carine Fired? And Who Will Replace Her?

French Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld's shock announcement that she's leaving the magazine has spurred one juicy rumor: that she was fired. As the story goes, luxury brands were threatening to pull their advertising, and so Roitfeld was pushed out. » 12/20/10 3:40pm 12/20/10 3:40pm

Bloodsucking Insects Infest Juicy Couture

Naomi Campbell Stars In Blasé Commercial For Russian Condo Complex

Lindsay Poses For Teen Oligarch Fashion Line

America's Next Top Model Judge Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Dov Charney Doesn't Want Your Help With American Apparel, Thank You