Rogue Links | March 1, 2011

link1 Rogue Links | March 1, 2011
After making anti-Semitic comments on video, John Galliano has been fired as creative director of Dior. His replacement has yet to be announced. (The Cut)

Alexander Wang has relaunched its site and some highlights include: a Terence Koh mask collaboration, ready to wear being available to shop, campaign movie images and more (Alexander Wang)

Details’ March cover pleasantly surprised us with its male model cover choices including Arthur Kulkov, Noah Mill and Sean O’Pry. Now take a look at a behind the scenes film from the hunky shoot. (The Fashionisto)

Vogue Italia celebrates its premier issue and Franca Sozzani’s first issue as editor-in-chief by making the two editions from 1965 and 1988 available online. The online exclusive ends on March 31st. (Vogue Italia)

Stylist Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele of Vogue Italia fame is featured in the new Interview with a Q&A by designer Azzedine Alaia. In it, she reveals her thoughts on stylists as the newfound rock stars of the fashion world, “Stylists should remain behind the scenes. A great stylist, like a great designer, lets the work speak for itself.” (Interview Magazine)

  • memorexe

    New feature? I like!
    Very dismayed about Galliano. His behaviour is heinous, but I hope it doesn’t ruin his career. If Coco Chanel got a second chance, why not Galliano?
    He obviously suffers from substance abuse problems and I’m almost sure his comments though provocative are not his true sentiments—after all, Hitler wouldn’t have wanted him for a sunbeam either.

  • anonymous

    I’m so disappointed about John, he is one of my absolute favorite designers and his direction at Dior was always so beautiful, I can’t believe he said those things.

  • anonymous

    I’m so disappointed about John, he is one of my absolute favorite designers and his direction at Dior was always so beautiful, I can’t believe he said those things.