Bill Gaytten has been named the new creative director of Dior after the fashion house fired Galliano after his alleged anti-Semitic episode in France thsi past February. Gaytten, 51, has worked with Galliano for the past 23 years and is extremely talented in the categories of patterns, cut and drape.
This past Friday, during Menswear Fashion Week in Paris, Bill Gaytten wowed his audience with his menswear collection. It was clear after show that Gaytten is the the perfect replacement for Galliano. Gaytten says, It's the same job for me; I've been doing it for a long time. The menswear show was a bit different because John wasn't there. I'm dying to know what he thinks!
While Bill Gaytten received his new position in the fashion house, John Galliano appeared in a Paris Court last week and it has been stated the designer is now back in rehab for his addictions to alcohol, valium, and sleeping pills. Galliano could face up to six months in prison as well as a heft fine if he is found guilty.