Oscar Wilde once said that ‘a work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament’, and there’s no better way to describe the multifaceted personality of John Galliano. The creative mind behind the House of Christian Dior for 15 consecutive years who revamped the brand, gave it another dimension and made it a worldwide synonym to luxury, got fired on 25 February 2011. He was video tapped being drunk and expressing anti-Semitic comments, in a Parisian bar. One year after the helm of Dior being empty, it was just announced that another multi talented designer, Raf Simons will take upon as a creative director of Dior. Enough said about the reasons Galliano got kicked out summarized in his strange personality which created problems and troubles within the business mindset. Controversially enough, this mindset itself relied on his genius, innovative, groundbreaking ideas to become what we call Dior today. Yes, along the way there were problems as well, as in all long lasting relationships, even professional ones. Galliano is an artist who wants to seduce, not a businessman whatsoever. Unacceptable on his behalf to express such opinions on the social and political stardom, given his open minded and free nature, but an artist only remains truthful to his own passions. Whether a moment of bad luck, Galliano was and will remain one of the best fashion designers up to date, the one who gave theatrical essence to fashion and to fashion some humor. A guilty conscience needs to confess and his work of art will be his confession. We are waiting for his sequel. . .!