The interview and the article are both amazing. Especially the article, which was extremely thorough and informative. It paints a complete picture of the person behind the flamboyant designs and anti-Semitic bile. I really recommend buying this issue of Vanity Fair; aside from the Galliano feature there are a lot of other good reads. He seems so humble and meek now, a complete 180 of how he used to be. You can see the regret in his face and he has the look of a man holding the weight of his mistakes on his shoulders. My heart just goes out to him because I can only imagine the emotional turmoil he went and is going through right now.