Maison Margiela is synonymous with the strange and odd. So, who else better than John Galliano to serve that up with a touch of French baroque. I, actually, didn’t mind the crazy looks, but probably because I’m a huge Galliano fan. Since he left Dior, I feel like he hasn’t been able to find the perfectly matching fashion house for his talent. I would love to see him head Chanel one day. His precision tailoring skills and heavy baroque influences would certainly spice up things at Chanel. But for now, we’ll have to settle for Maison Margiela.