The John Galliano comeback tour continues.
After helping out behind-the-scenes at Oscar de la Renta earlier this year and a couple of heartwrenching tell-all interviews in Vanity Fair and on Charlie Rose, the former Dior designer's creative side is back in the spotlight.
For the December issue of Vogue UK, editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman called on Galliano to guest edit a fashion shoot starring Kate Moss (also the issue's cover girl, again) and shot by Tim Walker. Moss has stood by Galliano's side since his anti-semitism scandal two years ago—he famously designed the dress for her wedding to Jamie Hince only a few months later—which makes the editorial that much more special. We wonder if Moss, who was recently named contributing fashion editor at the glossy, had a hand in bringing on her friend.
The shoot, entitled "Fantasia" and styled entirely by Galliano, has a 1920s vibe and is inspired by the Ballets Russes. We don't know about you, but we're going to go ahead and add this issue to our must-read list for the holiday season.