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    Galliano steals the show in Paris
    Paris haute couture week, which began yesterday, was dogged by bad omens even before the city's Olympic disappointment. The death on Sunday of Nan Kempner, the American socialite who was one of haute couture's best customers, was a timely reminder of a pressing problem: that the client base for this exclusive branch of fashion is ageing.
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Galliano celebrates Dior in a triumph of imagination
    The show that John Galliano sent out on Wednesday to celebrate 100 years since the birth of Christian Dior was a triumph of imagination and couture skill
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Galliano turns fashion inside out with a look of sheer splendour
    FOR most of yesterday the air in Paris was humming with tension. Would Christina Aguilera topple off her heels into one of the antique upturned urns at Dior or impale herself on one of the galleon-sized chandeliers littering the ground. Would Naomi Campbell find anything throwable backstage? Never let it be said that couture isn’t an extreme sport
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Christian Dior Paris Fashion Week
    John Galliano unveiled his latest collection for Christian Dior for autumn winter 2005- 2006. The House of Dior has been going from strength to strength and the chairman Sydney
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    John Galliano - official site
    John Galliano : fashion, ready to wear, accessories, women, clothes, leathergoods
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Christian Dior’s Aviator Chic
    Edie Sedgwick and Howard Hughes finally got a chance to meet in the Christian Dior women’s ready-to-wear collection, the latest to show that designer John Galliano’s focus is on the commercial grounds rather that airy flights of fancy
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Galliano caters to stars at Dior with chic winter ready-to-wear
    British designer John Galliano proposed a sensual, chic winter wardrobe for off-duty starlets at Christian Dior, while Japan's Naoki Takizawa offered a poetic study in contrast at Issey Miyake.AFP PhotoAFPSlideshow: Fashion"Just what do off-duty icons wear?" Galliano asked in the program notes
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    John Galliano - biography
    JOHN GALLIANO is one of the most influential fashion designers of our time. Born in Gibraltar, he grew up in London and launched his own label before becoming chief designer of France's haute couture flagship, Christian Dior, in Paris
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    High Fashion, Now and Then
    On Monday morning it spit snow in Paris, and by afternoon some 1,500 or so guests trampled across icy planks, through a muddy field in the Bois de Boulogne, to reach a tent wired with more high voltage than a Hollywood sound stage. Between television monitors showing archival images of the House
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Galliano celebrates 100 years of Dior with his own new look
    The opening of Paris's haute couture season should have been a cause for celebration yesterday but the French capital was a city in mourning after losing the Olympics to London.
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Galliano Plays His Hand Smartly
    IF John Galliano, the designer at Dior, were not so recognizably talented, he might be considered a joke. For every show he changes his look, and his guises are as varied as Cindy Sherman's. On the day of the recent Costume Institute gala at the Met, he slipped into a booth at the Four Seasons wearing a well cut
    22-May-2006 - Details

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    Galliano brings Japanese style to Paris catwalk
    Geisha-like models in padded kimonos paraded out to the sound of a gong at John Galliano's show for Christian Dior on Monday, as the British designer presented a Japan-inspired collection for the rich and famous.

    Wearing large fans, lanterns and wooden branches in their hair, girls presented long evening dresses with origami-style pleated flowers blossoming at sleeves and shoulders.

    The swash-buckling designer, who is known for his theatrical shows, sent out his models from behind a large rotating door into a lounge setting, with the catwalk zigzagging around the front row guests including Burlesque dancer Dita von Teese.
    23-Jan-2007 - Details



     

     

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