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Galliano Graffiti

Spotted on the streets of Paris!

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(Photos courtesy Dave Plotz)

That’s Dior Homme, not Dior, homie. Another one is after the jump.

Related: “I hope he doesn’t work again,” said Isaac Mizrahi. “I guess I’m the wrong one to talk to,” he added, “because I never really liked sort of what he did so much.”

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Galliano Graffiti

Spotted on the streets of Paris!

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