John Galliano


John Galliano is looking for a new job—again.

Years after getting fired as the creative director at Dior following his racist rant back in 2011, news broke last month that the designer had landed a new teaching gig at Parsons.

But now it looks like his teaching career is over before it began, as the design school revealed yesterday that it has canceled the three-day Show Me Emotion master course the fashion guru was scheduled to lead. 

The problem? Looks like Mr. Galliano wasn't quite prepared to show all of his emotions, particularly with regard to the 2011 scandal.

"An important element of the planned workshop with John Galliano was a candid conversation about the connection between his professional work and his actions in the world at large," the school revealed in an official statement. "Unfortunately, we could not reach consensus with Mr. Galliano on the conditions of this conversation, and the program could not move forward."

Guess Galliano isn't that desperate for a job, after all. 

—Reporting by Ruth O'Neill

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