The NY Times has announced today that the fashion house
, has decided on a replacement for John Galliano
, who was fired in March 2011 for making anti-Semitic remarks in Paris. Galliano
was also arrested following his scandalous comments, and over the past 12 months Dior
has been waiting on making a decision about who should replace their shamed creative director. Today the day finally came the fashion world has been awaiting. Read on ...