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Vogue Italia's Franca Sozzani on John Galliano's Dior Suspension

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Since it's been an entire, oh, seventeen seconds since the last media update about John Galliano's alleged anti-Semitic remarks—or handbag insults, depending on whom you ask—we thought we'd bring you Hilary Alexander's brief video interview with Vogue Italia's noted blog hater Franca Sozzani. Sozzani says Dior should either fire him or keep him, but that it would be a shame for Christian Dior to lose Galliano.
· Christian Dior without John Galliano would be a pity [Telegraph]
· Onlookers claim John Galliano only insulted the woman's handbag [Racked]