John Galliano has a new gig. According to WWD, he is joining Russian perfumery, L'Etoile, and as creative director, he will be working on a private label for the company, beginning later this month. L'Etoile, which posted "John is Back!” to its website today, is owned by Alcor & Co, Russia's largest cosmetics chain, which boasts about 850 branches. Galliano was caught on tape making anti-Semitic remarks in a Parisian cafe in March 2011, and was subsequently dismissed from his creative director positions at Dior and his eponymous label and found guilty by a Paris-based court the following September. The L'Etoile position comes on the heels of Galliano's work in Oscar de la Renta's New York studio and rumors that he would take over for 81-year old de la Renta. A Galliano-initiated lawsuit is still pending, after he filed suit in August 2012 against Dior and his namesake label for breach of contract, seeking nearly $20 million, stemming from his termination from both houses.