Things have gone from bad to worse for John Galliano.
Having been sacked by Christian Dior in March for alleged anti-Semitic behaviour, the disgraced designer has been ousted from his own label.
The John Galliano label – established in 1991 – is 91 per cent owned by Christian Dior SA.
And according to reports, the board recently met and decided to let the British couturier go.
It is thought that the in-house design team at John Galliano – currently working on their pre-Spring collection – will take over creative responsibilities.
The designer was seen in Los Angeles at the weekend after reportedly attending rehab in Arizona.
In February, he was accused of making anti-Semitic remarks during an altercation at a Parisian café, and is due to stand trail.
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