Four years after a drug-fueled anti-Semitic rant imploded John Galliano's career—resulting in his firing first from Dior, and later from his eponymous label—the designer has launched a comeback of sorts with an "artisanal" (what) collection for Maison Martin Margiela at the end of London's fall 2015 menswear…
John Galliano has been appointed the new head of Maison Martin Margiela, an announcement made Tuesday that the fashion press ate up like petits fours from the tips their delicate and painstakingly manicured fingers. Even Kanye West tweeted. Margiela, one of the most revered Paris fashion houses, has been without its…
- Annabelle Neilsen, on Alexander McQueen: "He was loved by so many, but felt loved by so few." A Scottish pipe band played at McQueen's memorial service, and Björk performed in a winged dress made of molded wood and feathers.
Maison Martin Margiela showed its first collection since Martin Margiela's departure from the label was confirmed, on the day owner Renzo Rosso announced he isn't seeking a new designer. There were big fur hats, trompe l'oeil trousers, and chiffon shrouds.
- "I'm not a designer," says Emma Watson. "If someone asked me to do something that was beneficial to a cause, then maybe I'd consider it, but not just ‘Look at me! I've got my own line!'" And as for perfume: