Week in Review Natalie Portman John Galliano Lady Gaga

Natlie Portman: 201Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images | John Galliano: Pascal Le Segretain, Getty Images | Lady Gaga: Francois Durand, Getty Images

Our week in review will catch you up on all the latest fashion happenings! Read on!

-It was the dismissal heard round the world when Christian Dior fired its designer of 15 years John Galliano after he was caught on a tourist's camera phone going on a drunken and hateful anti-Semitic rant. [StyleList]

-And the Galliano/Dior headlines raged on throughout the week, including statements released from Galliano, a "shocked and disgusted" Natalie Portman (Dior's most recent brand ambassador), and folks from around the fashion world, most loudly Karl Lagerfeld, who condemned Galliano for his actions. [StyleList]

-The designer has since checked himself into rehab, will stand trial in Paris, and downgraded his namesake collection, which will show this weekend in Paris, from a runway show to a presentation. [StyleList]

-Dior, on the other hand, ended its show in Paris on Friday with a finale bow by a large group of the company's seamstresses and craftspeople. [The Cut]

-In brighter news, the Oscars went down with Natalie Portman winning Best Actress in a pretty plum-hued Rodarte gown. Other sartorial stunners of the night included co-host Anne Hathaway, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Hudson, Cate Blanchett, Mila Kunis, and dozens of others. [StyleList]

-Back on the Paris runways, Miranda Kerr once again stomped down the Balenciaga catwalk, strutting for the first time since delivering her first child a mere two months ago. Naturally, she looked freakishly flawless. [The Cut]

-Lady Gaga also made a surprise appearence on the catwalk, making her runway debut at the Mugler womenswear show, designed by her friend and stylist Nicola Formichetti. The songstress, who also premeired her graphic "Born This Way" video earlier this week, walked the runway like a pro, channeling Pat Cleveland with a fierce and fast trot despite her towering heels and donning long and dramatic platinum blonde pigtails that she tossed around. [StyleList]

-Speaking of hair, some crazy person bought Justin Bieber's famous (and some would say tragically) shorn locks for a cool $40,668, which will go to charity. [StyleList]