Following John Galliano's attendance at Oscar de la Renta's Fall 2013 show last night, the NY Post is none too pleased. According to the publication, "disgraced designer and convicted anti-Semitic ranter John Galliano ignited a new round of outrage yesterday — dressing like a Hasid." Following the March 2011 incident, Galliano was fired from Dior and his namesake label, John Galliano. He also stood trial in France after attending months of rehab in the U.S. for drug and alcohol addiction. The NY Post, in a rare move to present both sides of an issue, printed another article defending Galliano's outfit choice. The article claims his clothes were an effort to make amends to the culture he offended. Galliano got a second chance these past few months, after Oscar offered him an apprenticeship of sorts at his design house. So, what does the Galliano camp say? This was not a personal attempt at offending the religious group. Liz Rosenberg, Galliano’s publicist, told the Post: “Your accusations are not at all correct.” We say: Let the man (who usually dresses like a pirate) live.