John Galliano Gives First Post-Scandal Interview to 'Vanity Fair,' Joseph Altuzarra's Ballet Costumes, and More!

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Though John Galliano wasn't up for discussing the anti-Semitic rant that cost him his job at Dior with Parsons students, a post-career-crash interview (his first) will appear in Vanity Fair's July issue. It's interesting that he didn't go with Vogue, but, then again, the glossy weirdly hasn't acknowledged the scandal at all. [WWD]

No tutus here. Joseph Altuzarra's costumes for the New York City Ballet are super sleek — just like his runway looks. [Racked]

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The bespoke Saint Laurent wardrobe Hedi Slimane designed for Keith Richards will soon be available to buy, both online and in stores. Lots of scarves are involved, not surprisingly. [Vogue UK]

Why are fashion people so afraid of plurals? ("It's all about the printed trouser this season," "This outfit needs a red shoe," etc.) [The Guardian]

Is this $900 shot glass the goopiest item Gwyneth Paltrow has ever put in Goop? It's 'a great gift or a fun conversation piece for your home bar,' the actress says. [Daily Mail]


Net-a-Porter plans to explore kidswear. [Mashable]
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