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Galliano Show Will Go On

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There was really never any question that the Christian Dior Paris fashion week show would go on, John Galliano or no John Galliano—but the fate of the John Galliano eponymous collection show was called into question following the fall-out from the surfacing of the designer's Hitler-loving video earlier this week. According to the Telegraph, the show will go on. "Galliano's press office has confirmed that the collection will be shown, but as a presentation format, and not on the catwalk as planned. It is unlikely the designer himself will be there, as he has reportedly entered rehab." [Telegraph]