Less than a week after Dior fired British designer John Galliano for allegedly spouting anti-Semitic comments to patrons in a Paris bar, his Fall/Winter collection will nonetheless be presented. But instead of a lavish production at one of Paris' runway shows, the collection will be shown on Sunday to a small group of fashion insiders, and the designer will not be in attendance. The Paris prosecutors office has put Galliano on trial for his derogatory remarks for which the designer faces up to six months in jail and $25,000 bail. A video that recently surfaced showing Galliano saying, "I love Hitler," will not help his case.
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