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Watch a clip of the play, which asks, "Who really pulls the strings in the fashion industry?"
Oscar de la Renta appeared on CBS This Morning today to chat with his apparent bff Charlie Rose about his new exhibit at the Clinton Library in Arkansas, still wanting to dress the first lady, John Galliano, and, of course, Anthony Weiner (yep, all the bases were covered).
In the nearly hour-long interview, we see a shockingly pared-down version of John Galliano--slicked back ponytail, button-down, and navy blazer--open up to Charlie Rose about some deeply personal and painful topics. Watch the disgraced designer discuss everything from suicide to addiction to his newfound relationship with God--and his discovery that he wasn't a deity himself.
Earlier this month, Vanity Fair scored the first interview John Galliano since he was fired from Dior in 2011 after going on an anti-Semitic rant. Now, it's time to get ready for his second post-scandal interview, which, from the sounds of it, will be even better. Because it'll be on camera. With Charlie Rose.
The John Galliano comeback machine seems to be steadily in motion, despite the fact that his Parsons teaching gig fell through. The disgraced designer reportedly has a Vanity Fair interview in the works, and now we're hearing reports that he may be hitting the small screen for a TV interview.
Yesterday Charlie Rose and his production company shelled out $250,000 to a group of former interns to settle a class-action lawsuit over unpaid wages. It's a scenario that should sound familiar to those of us in the fashion media world. The suit is not unlike the one former Harper's Bazaar intern Diana Wang is bringing against Hearst--only Wang's is on a much bigger scale. "I'd go as far as to say this case will likely influence settlement talks in the Hearst suit," Elie Mystal, our legal expert over at our brother site Above the Law told us.
Daphne Guinness has finally revealed, to Charlie Rose of all people, what she plans to do with that wardrobe of Isabella Blow's she bought following Blow's death, to prevent it from being auctioned off. Rose hosted a discussion about the state of fashion with Diane Von Furstenberg, Suzy Menkes and Guinness. For the most part, Guinness appeared shy and didn't say much--Menkes was the most loquacious--but she did share a couple of interesting tidbits. Adding on to a discussion about how the digital revolution is changing and democratizing fashion, she said, I'm going to put together now a show of my friend's clothes who died and I'm going to do that online so that people in New Zealand can see it because they might not be able to get to Central St. Martin's to be able to see that.