Karl Lagerfeld Bashes Galliano; Patricia Field Defends Him

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Karl Lagerfeld Bashes Galliano; Patricia Field Defends Him
John Galliano probably thinks going to rehab is going to save his image, but someone should tell him to not waste his time and money cause by the looks of things his career is dunzo!

Galliano has taken the route of many celebs that f-up then try to make things better by checking into rehab.

Karl Lagerfeld had some harsh words for Galliano saying, "I’m furious, if you want to know. I’m furious that it could happen, because the question is no longer even whether he really said it. The image has gone around the world. It’s a horrible image for fashion, because they think that every designer and everything in fashion is like this. This is what makes me crazy in that story.

The thing is, we are a business world where, especially today, with the Internet, one has to be more careful than ever, especially if you are a publicly known person. You cannot go in the street and be drunk — there are things you cannot do... I’m furious with him because of the harm he did to LVMH and [chairman and ceo] Bernard Arnault, who is a friend, and who supported him more than he supported any other designer in his group, because Dior is his favorite label. It’s as if he had his child hurt."

But Patricia Field has come to Galliano’s defense saying that watching John is like going to the theatre and the things can’t offend you he says or does. Lame excuse Patricia!

"People in fashion all they do is go and see John Galliano theater every season. That’s what he gives them. To me, this was the same except it wasn’t in a theater or in a movie. John lives in theater. It’s theater. It’s farce. But people in fashion don’t recognize the farce in it. All of a sudden they don’t know him. But it’s OK when it’s Mel Brooks The Producers singing "Springtime for Hitler"…Fashion people who know him have not come forward. They know his theater. Believe me — my name is Field — my stepfather was Jewish."
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