Designer Isaac Mizrahi has made probably the harshest comments to date from the fashion community regarding John Galliano's firing from Dior. The Cut caught up with Mizrahi on Monday night, who said, "It can't be tolerated. I guess I'm the wrong one to talk to, because I never really liked sort of what he did so much....So now I don't like it, and he's a Jew-hater? I was like buh-bye."
Mizrahi added, "Galliano was more of a fetishist to me. He was more of a fetishist than a democrat. And I refer to him in the past tense, because I don't think he'll work again. I hope not. I hope he doesn't work again."
Mizrahi joins the likes of Natalie Portman and Daphne Guinness in strongly condemning Galliano's actions. Portman said she was "shocked and disgusted" by Galliano's words and wouldn't be associated with him in any way, while Guinness Tweeted, "The infamous tapes of galliano praising Hitler are beneath contempt. Anyone with any humanity should condemn these repulsive remarks."