British fashion designer and style icon John Galliano today launched a new collection of insults and offensive comments that he's hoping will match his last efforts which are still the talk of the fashion world today.
Entitled Grosse Misconduct with a deceptively French feel the new range is aimed at sexual orientation which is a big departure from his racist outbursts that garnered him so much press coverage earlier in the year.
Early reports suggest that Galliano has relied on a medley of traditional scorn coupled with a contemporary mix of hatred drawn on from his own experiences which sources say are sure to offend even the most carefree gay and lesbian communities.
A spokesman for Galliano described his latest project as 'some of his best abuse to date' and also went on to explain his choice of direction. "Of course John could have stuck with his tried and tested formula of anti-semitic remarks and expanded into other ethnic diversities but it's only a world class xenophobe that could reinvent themselves in this way. By attacking himself and the very people that revere him he has taken a very valuable step towards total alienation. We've no doubt that this groundbreaking assortment of hate filled derision will bring him untold attention, not to mention a custodial sentence"
Famous for his collaborations there have been rumours that Galliano will finish off later in the year with a third ensemble simply titled 'Misogyny' which is heavily based on Jim Davidson's autobiography though unfortunately for Galliano the release date is unlikely to coincide with his own.