John Galliano Might Start Teaching at Parsons School of Design

John Galliano Might Start Teaching at Parsons School of Design

It’s been a rough road for John Galliano, but recently his luck seems be on the up and up. Oscar de la Renta recently extended his invitation to the disgraced designer to work in his design studio. While his fashion talents have not been applied in a while, it seems there is chance he may be able to impart his knowledge to the world.

NY Post reports that Galliano may be making his way back to school, not as a student, but as a teacher. NYC’s Parsons The New School for Design is one of the schools rumored to welcome the designer. If it were not in the U.S., he would be teaching at London’s Central St. Martins, the school he graduated from. Sources say, “John is taking things slowly. He would like to do some teaching at a fashion school, more one on one with students rather than lecturing to a large group. He hopes to finalize a deal with a school soon. It may not even be in the U.S.” If he does finalize a location, we can’t wait for the student reviews on Rate My Professor.

[NY Post via Styleite]

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