Alexander McQueen Resort 2012
Photographer: Victor Demarchelier
Models: Anne Vyalitsyna
Fashion Editor: Lynn Schmidt
Dressed in a dark suit and shirt with a spotted scarf round his neck, Galliano was escorted into the courtroom far from the gaze of the assembled journalists awaiting his arrival at the main entrance.
His trial is the latest chapter in a saga that began in February when Galliano was questioned by French police after a couple accused him of hurling drunken racist and anti-Semitic abuse at them on the terrace of a café.
The incident on Feb 24, 2010, which was caught on mobile phone camera, saw an apparently inebriated Galliano telling a woman he loves Hitler and that her parents might have been gassed in a Nazi death camp.
Galliano has apologised for his behaviour but the scandal led to the designer's dismissal from his post as creative director for Parisian fashion house Dior.
Naomi Campbell is expanding her repertoire to include 'fashion-designer'. The veteran supermodel is to create a 15 piece strong collection of denim for Italian label Fiorucci, produced by Ittierre (which manufactures pieces for Galliano, Balmain and Costume National.
In addition to jeans in four shapes and exclusive washes, the quirky capsule features five t-shirts printed with Naomi's cover shoots for i-D magazine.
Of the collection, Naomi commented "Jeans are like pasta, you can interpret them differently each time and play with the accessories, wear them with flip-flops if you want comfort or heels if you want to look sexy. For the collection I thought about what would enhance women and about what I liked."
Campbell joins a tribe of models flexing their creative muscles from Kate Moss for Longchamp to Georgia May Jagger for Hudson denim and Bazaar cover star Claudia Schiffer who is launching her own luxe cashmere label.
Is there nothing these Amazons can’t do?
Jimmy Choo Fall 2011
Model: Raquel Zimmermann
Photographer: Kayt Jones
Model: Tori Praver
Photographer: Terry Tsiolis
Model: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley