By Sam Aldenton Fashion has entered a dark moment, however it’s not because of the clothes, rather one of theindustry’s more prominent designers, John Galliano. Galliano was up until this week, the design director at luxury fashion house Christian Dior until he allegedly made anti-Semitic remarks to a Géraldine Bloch, 35, and her partner Philippe Virgiti, 41, whilst dining at a bar in Paris. Dior began its legal proceedings in dismissing Galliano, whose dramatic and often shocking runway shows have inspired audiences for the last 14 years, last week and had suspended the designer on the 25th of February following his arrest. The same day of Mr. Galliano’s arrest, Paris-citizen based journalism site Citizenside published a video of the designer from the previous December in the same bar, on another anti-semitic outburst, this time directed at a group of Italian women. After the release of the video, and its subsequent…