Galliano’s 6 million euros lawsuit againts Dior to include his namesake label
John Galliano is reported to have sued Dior for a reported 6 million euros, alleging unfair dismissal. His lawyer, Chantal Giraud-van Gaver, argues that Galliano was an employee of LVMH and not merely a subcontractor, as Dior is arguing. Christian Dior S.A. is the main shareholder of luxury giant LVMH, which includes companies such as Vuitton, Fendi, Guerlain, Moet Chandon etc. Galliano’s namesake lable has remained with LVMH but apparently his new legal action against the group involves his own label too.