'Business as usual' for Dior after Galliano sacking
Christian Dior will show its fall-winter ready-to-wear collection as planned later this week, despite the sudden sacking of John Galliano as its creative director.
Dior announced on Tuesday that it was firing Galliano after 14 years. The designer was arrested last week after a couple accused him of making anti-Semitic remarks.
Speaking at the Guy Laroche fashion show, Hilary Alexander, Fashion Director of the Daily Telegraph said, ''It's business as usual and the show must go on".