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 12:50pm 7/06/11 12:50pm

What Will Happen To Dior Now That Galliano Is Gone?

Reactions from the fashion industry to John Galliano's firing by Christian Dior are still rolling in. Which is hardly surprising, considering Galliano's prominence. Galliano oversaw the creative direction of a fashion house — and a global luxury brand — that last year realized revenues of over $28 billion. » 3/01/11 5:23pm 3/01/11 5:23pm