The Telegraph caught up with Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani at Milan Fashion Week to get her thoughts on John Galliano's arrest in Paris. She remarked, "I'm so against anyone that could say something anti-Semitic, against religion....You can say, 'You're a bitch,' 'You're terrible,' but nothing about religion."
However, Sozzani couldn't wrap her mind about the designer's suspension from Dior. She said, either "you fire or you keep...I don't see anything in the middle. It's not like you are a bad boy or girl and you go behind the blackboard." She added, "It would be a pity" if Dior were to go on without Galliano, but that "if [the news is] really true, and it's what they're describing, it's not news for the fashion world, it's news for the human beings...the point is, it's a pity for human beings."
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