On Feb. 28, 2011, just four days after news of John Galliano's drunken, anti-Semitic outburst at a bar in Paris, he was summoned to a police station in the city to face his accusers. The same day, Dior suspended him from his post as artistic director of Dior, and over the next several days his glorious history with the couture house would come to an end. On Mar. 1, after a video of Galliano saying "I love Hitler," in a separate incident surfaced, Dior fired the designer outright. And on Mar. 4, the brand's Fall 2011 show — Galliano's last — went on as scheduled. But instead of the designer taking a bow, the workers in his atelier did.