John Galliano is not letting his cancelled Parsons workshop get him down.
The designer is scheduled for a major interview with Vanity Fair magazine, and now there are reports that he may be doing a TV interview with Charlie Rose of PBS as well.
His publicist, Liz Rosenberg, quickly shut down the rumor, saying:
"There are no plans in place regarding TV appearances for John at this time."
Then again, publicists always deny before it all comes out as true anyway. They just want us off the scent!
Plus, Rose's executive producer, Yvette Vega, seemed interested in the idea of a possible Galliano interview. She said:
“We are open to interviewing people whose views represent a wide range of opinions, from Bashar al-Assad to Bono."
Not to mention that two of Galliano's peers, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs, have sat down for an interview with Rose before.
It's not a totally crazy idea!
We've heard so much about this whole issue from everyone other than John.
It's time he told his side of the story!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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