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John Galliano Returns Designing for Maison Martin Margiela

After living in the countryside of England and laying low on the fashion scene for three years, John Galliano has officially made a comeback; one that surpasses the likes of Gemma Ward and Daphne Groeneveld. He has been named the creative director of Maison Martin Margiela and will start working on the couture collection this coming January. He will also be designing ready-to-wear. 

Renzo Rosso, the president of the conglomerate OTB (which holds brands such as MMM, Marni and Viktor & Rolf) welcomes Galliano with open arms stating that the once ostracized Galliano “is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time - a unique, exceptional couturier for a maison that always challenged and innovated the world of fashion. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create, and wish him to here find his new home” (Vogue UK). 



This news is wonderful and I am overwhelmed with joy! Though Galliano struggles with some destructive characteristics, as we all do, I am glad to see this talented genius given another opportunity to design. Galliano is extremely optimistic about this opportunity explaining, “The new Galliano will be even bigger and better. I love working, it’s my therapy. I can draw until four in the morning every night and not feel tired. I’ve come face-to-face with my demons, medicine and alcohol. I have rebuilt myself again” (Vogue UK). It’s no doubt that he one of the is the greatest modern couturiers of all time. His designs are strong in character so it will be interesting to see what direction he leads the refined Parisian fashion house. 

John Galliano and Kate Moss in “Fantastia" for Vogue UK December 2013 photographed  by Tim Walker

stopdropandvogue:

John Galliano Returns Designing for Maison Martin Margiela

After living in the countryside of England and laying low on the fashion scene for three years, John Galliano has officially made a comeback; one that surpasses the likes of Gemma Ward and Daphne Groeneveld. He has been named the creative director of Maison Martin Margiela and will start working on the couture collection this coming January. He will also be designing ready-to-wear.

Renzo Rosso, the president of the conglomerate OTB (which holds brands such as MMM, Marni and Viktor & Rolf) welcomes Galliano with open arms stating that the once ostracized Galliano “is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time - a unique, exceptional couturier for a maison that always challenged and innovated the world of fashion. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create, and wish him to here find his new home” (Vogue UK).

This news is wonderful and I am overwhelmed with joy! Though Galliano struggles with some destructive characteristics, as we all do, I am glad to see this talented genius given another opportunity to design. Galliano is extremely optimistic about this opportunity explaining, “The new Galliano will be even bigger and better. I love working, it’s my therapy. I can draw until four in the morning every night and not feel tired. I’ve come face-to-face with my demons, medicine and alcohol. I have rebuilt myself again” (Vogue UK). It’s no doubt that he one of the is the greatest modern couturiers of all time. His designs are strong in character so it will be interesting to see what direction he leads the refined Parisian fashion house.

John Galliano and Kate Moss in “Fantastia" for Vogue UK December 2013 photographed by Tim Walker

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