October42011
This is why I think Dior never should have fired John Galliano. There is no doubt about the fact that he is a terrible person, but there’s a point where the artist must be separated from their art. The clothes Galliano made were obscenely beautiful, if he wants to conduct himself in a disgusting manner in his personal life, that is his prerogative; it in no way reflects on his professional skill.

This is why I think Dior never should have fired John Galliano. There is no doubt about the fact that he is a terrible person, but there’s a point where the artist must be separated from their art. The clothes Galliano made were obscenely beautiful, if he wants to conduct himself in a disgusting manner in his personal life, that is his prerogative; it in no way reflects on his professional skill.

(Source: 10-x-10, via thelingerieaddict)

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