John Galliano: Fashion Forward

Fashion Forward

From his sisters he learned to dance flamenco, and from his mother he inherited a bold sense of color. But John Galliano's wildly romantic and often outrageous imagination is all his own. And it's that untethered sense of fantasy and drama that has made him the most influential fashion designer of his generation. His extravagant runway shows are legendary; he once transformed Paris' Gare d'Austerlitz into a North African suq and hired an antique steam engine to transport models into the station. He gave an Edwardian garden party at the Bagatelle and re-created a turn-of-the-century gala at the Opera Garnier. But...

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