Dior’s Search for the Next Galliano is on
In the midst of fashion designer John Galliano ‘s antisemitic gotcha video melee, there’s been plenty of speculation over who could take his spot in the famed French maison, with Interview Magazine placing their bets between Theory’s Olivier Theyskens, YSL’s Stefano Pilati, Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz, and Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci as potential frontrunners.
Galliano’s over the top aesthetics and iconic whimsical creations surely could only be matched (or perhaps even topped), by someone offering some Latino flair; so it is with fingers crossed and a fresh candle burning bright in our La Santa Muerte shrine, that we here at El Zonkey Show propose famed Mexican “designer to the stars” Mitzy as a viable replacement.
Famous for confectioning pop star Thalía’s wedding gown and creating an array of glittery chichi-enhancing outfits for Niurka during her run as the lead in the play “Aventurera” Mitzy has more glamour wrapped around his pinky than most of his more acclaimed counterparts do in their entire Jew hating bodies.
“Fashion, glamour, and style are all words that define Mitzy”
Specialty portal Quinceañera.com professes. The couturier—who spilled out his secret to success in a rare interview with the website (crinolines, not hoop skirts for fullness), then goes on to say people are so mesmerized by his designs, they’ve even re-mortgaged their homes to get their hands on one of his Super Sweet 15 garments.
“Whether there’s a crisis or not, young girls are turning fifteen. The girl doesn’t know there’s a crisis going on, but the dad does and he refinances the house to celebrate his daughter’s birthday. It’s also important for the mom because she had a Quinceañera, or maybe she didn’t, or just in case her daughter doesn’t marry. Young women nowadays hardly get married. Quinceañeras have replaced weddings”
Dior, are you listening? People are going homeless for these man’s clothes!
If that’s not enough to make a splash in fashion the scene, consider this: Mitzy could recreate his famed, elegant, hand-painted cape depicting pop starlet Paulina Rubio kneeling down before rival “goddess” Thalía, and give it a fresh spin by featuring Galliano bowing down to Steven Spielberg.