John Galliano's interview with Charlie Rose—the one where he first spoke out following his anti-Semitic remarks—has been turned into a puppet show. French magazine Vestoj staged a six-act production, called Little John Talks, complete with a porcelain that's damn near a clone of the designer (though a hand puppet might've been more hilarious).
The show essentially comments on the interview and how it seemed "manipulated, controlled, spin-doctored," as per Vestoj editor-in-chief Anja Aronowsky Cronberg. "The whole affair seemed shrouded in smoke and mirrors, like things in the fashion industry (and in public life in general) often are. Both Galliano and Rose appeared to be acting out some very clearly defined roles, with very little scope for improvisation. Not too dissimilar from a puppet show in fact," she said.
It's almost as good as Conan O'Brien interviewing Galliano's (fake) brother.
Little John Talks debuted at a launch event for the magazine's new issue last month, and will make its way to Silencio in Paris on Dec. 10 followed by the London College of Fashion on Feb. 4. No word yet on whether or not it will arrive stateside, but watch a short clip below to get an idea of what to expect.