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Christian Dior: Stefano Pilati successor of John Galliano?

They all seemed willing to give Riccardo Tisci as a favorite in the race for the succession of John Galliano by Christian DiorBut in the last hour there’s another name, still Italian, which is beginning to pass from mouth to mouth among the experts. It appears that both Stefano PilatiCreative director Yves Saint Laurent, The favorite to take the place of the designer of Gibraltar, who was fired recently, after the anti-Semitic and racist statements. To be sure also bookmakers British designer who bet on its ours.

L’affaire Galliano continues to talk and discuss, even today held its first show of the fashion house Christian Dior without her stylist. Insiders are wondering who will take the place of the designer of Gibraltar and is beginning to take their first names. Among the favorites until a few days ago there was Riccardo Tisci, Creative Director of GivenchyAnd today we begin urgently to make another name.

This is always an Italian designer who works, incidentally, always in a Parisian fashion house. We are talking about Stefano Pilati, creative director of Yves Saint Laurent. According to insiders, the designer has already talked several times with the leaders of the House of Dior in the past days, a rumor for now which might suggest any departure from Pilati of Yves Saint Laurent.

To be convinced of this are the British bookmakers, who have begun to place bets about the successor of John Galliano. Pilati, in fact, as the favorite, but also made up other names, such as Tisci Hedi Slimane, Giambattista Valli and also Alessandra Facchinetti.

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March 4, 2011 - Posted by | designer, fashion news

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