Designer John Galliano has been let go from his namesake company, Women's Wear Daily reports.

The John Galliano label, 91 percent of which is owned by Dior, fired Galliano following his arrest and subsequent firing from Dior earlier this year.

Dior released a statement, saying the House of Galliano "is not an immediate priority," according to WWD (via Huffington Post), and touched on the future of the fashion line.

"It is understood the in-house design team at John Galliano, which shares members with Dior's, will be charged with producing collections at a house prized for bias-cut dresses, newspaper prints and retro-tinged tailoring. A pre-spring collection is already said to be in the works."

John Galliano held its read-to-wear fashion show last month in Paris, with the designer noticeably missing.