PARIS — John Galliano emerged smiling from a Paris courthouse on Monday after winning the first round of what promises to be protracted labor litigation between the disgraced designer and his former employers — Christian Dior Couture and his namesake house, John Galliano.
Galliano, who has made a comeback of sorts in recent weeks working in the New York design studio of Oscar de la Renta, wore a skinny-trousered black suit and black shirt to the hearing at the Conseil de prud’hommes, or Labor Relations Court, located in a working-class neighborhood in the northeast of Paris.
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