People: Jul. 24, 2000


Contrary to the old Whodini song, the freaks do not come out at night. They come out during fashion week in Paris. Dior designer JOHN GALLIANO, whose last couture line was inspired by homelessness, this time claimed the correspondence of Sigmund Freud sparked his desire to make clothes that a child might see while looking through the keyhole of his mother's boudoir. (Presumably Mrs. G. was not a T.J. Maxx shopper.) The show was staged as a mock wedding, with cross-bearing mandarins and gorilla women strolling down the runway to a sound track of orgasmic moans....

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