Early in March 2015, almost exactly four years since he spontaneously combusted with a booze-fuelled, anti-Semitic rant in a Parisian café, John Galliano presented his comeback collection on the catwalks at the Grand Palais. His collection...Show More Summary
There's a new theme every day on It's Vintage. Read more articles on today's topic: Galliano's São Schlumberger show. For John Galliano, the Portuguese and German socialite São Schlumberger was a fashion de' Medici. She was born Maria da Diniz Concerçao in Portugal, and after marrying oil tycoon Pierre Schlumberger,... More »
There's a new theme every day on It's Vintage. Read more articles on today's topic: Galliano's São Schlumberger show. Dana Thomas has spent the past several years immersed in the work of two design legends: John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. For her recent book, Gods and Kings, the former Newsweek... More »
There's a new theme every day on It's Vintage. Read more articles on today's topic: Galliano's São Schlumberger show. In 1994, John Galliano was a man on the brink. The designer had lost his backer and was living in squalor in Paris. Galliano was lucky enough to have a support... More »
Today, WWD previewed the new catalogue for the Costume Institute’s upcoming show “China: Through the Looking Glass,” which opens May 7. In it, we found a few gems from China-file John Galliano, who is undoubtedly one of the country's biggest designer admirers. Of his first, three-week trip to China in 2002, which heavily influenced... More »
Following in the footsteps of Louboutin, Vans and John Galliano, Yohji Yamamoto is collaborating with Hello Kitty.
Read an extended Q&A version of our interview with Marilyn Manson from The Music Issue, where he discusses John Galliano, social media and his place in the world today.
Fashion people may glitter but they're not perfect! Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of Dolce & Gabbana really screwed up big time with their horribly insensitive comments about babies born via IVF, and they recently sort of apologized. Yet, they shouldn't feel alone — they actually join a long list of controversial fashion figures who have done [...]
PARIS — Designer John Galliano did not take a bow after his ready-to-wear debut at Maison Margiela. The former creative director of Christian Dior, who transformed the pro forma runway bow into a theatrical production with personal costuming and flashing lights, remained behind the scenes. Galliano, who fell from grace after an anti-Semitic rant in […]
For his first ready-to-wear collection for Maison Margiela, John Galliano reminded the Paris shows what they've been missing.
When an orange-wigged model hiding under a black hat skulked onto the runway, her posture hunched and her makeup freak-clownish, no one quite knew what to make of it, except that John Galliano was back and ready to challenge our perceptions.
oki-ni store get to grips with Parisian house, Maison Martin Margiela, now simply referred to as Maison Margiela following the arrival of John Galliano. 20 years at the top, the brand remains relatively unknown, its fondness for mystery and… The post oki-ni Illustrate “The Mystery of Maison Margiela” appeared first on Selectism.
British fashion designer John Galliano is back. Upon recently returning to London to showcase his first Artisanal collection for Maison Martin Margiela, Galliano sat down with Vogue to discuss his new role with the luxury fashion house… The post John Galliano Reflects on His New Role Helming Maison Martin Margiela appeared first on Highsnobiety.
After watching John Galliano's first show for Margiela, we still have a lot of questions. Namely, how did such an elaborate collection come together? How did Galliano transition into the new job? And does he really wear that Margiela lab coat in the office? The March issue of Vogue, now on newsstands, has some... More »
Violence, debauchery and taboo breaking collapses under the weight of its own decadence. Roman Empire? No, the fashion world.
Maison Margiela has a new captain at the helm, and I, for one, am very excited to see John Galliano’s prêt-à-porter debut at the house. Especially after seeing his Spring ’15 couture collection. Read the full post Maison Margiela Medium Bucket Bag: Bringing Up the House which appeared first on Snob Essentials.
Maison Margiela (it dropped the “Martin” since John Galliano’s takeover, remember?) opens up the spring season with a suitably avant-garde take on the varsity jacket. With a classic Margiela-ism, the jacket has been pieced together… The post Maison Margiela Avant Première Jacket appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Maison Margiela, having dropped the “Martin” from their name since the installation of John Galliano’s as the house’s creative director, unveils a new take on its signature Future sneaker. The aptly-named futuristic sneaker sports a… The post Maison Margiela “Cracked” Future High Top Sneaker appeared first on Highsnobiety.
You can always count on couture to have the wildest hairpieces, dresses that are too wide for the runway — and, of course, the most over-the-top accessories. This season couture technically started in London when John Galliano made his debut for Maison Margiela with a collection that had all of the... More »
I have mixed feelings about this. To start, I’m a Margiela fan and probably wear a piece in some form or another, from one of the collections, almost every day, starting with the 14 pairs of shoes & boots that are in the front rotation of my closet. I love the understated and edgy appeal.... Original Post at John Galliano for Maison Margiela. Discuss.