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John Galliano Atelier Given Honorary Title

Atelier has been named an Enterprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or Living Heritage Company, by the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment.

John Galliano RTW Spring 2011

John Galliano RTW Spring 2011

Photo By Giovanni Giannoni

HANDS UP: The John Galliano atelier — which has realized countless bias-cut chiffon wonders and innovative tailoring — has been named an Enterprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or Living Heritage Company, by the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment. The honorary title — given to French firms with rare know-how — is in recognition of the 15 people who work in the atelier, each boasting more than a decade of experience in patternmaking, cutting and other techniques. Companies in a variety of sectors — including masonry, gastronomy and porcelain — have been awarded the label.

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