Johnny Depp recently gave an interview in which he discussed his cooperation with Dior Sauvage and how it benefited him after the Depp v. Heard trial completed. Johnny highlighted the help he received from the Dior team: “It’s become a personal partnership, a collaboration for me.” I’ve been working with them for quite some time. Of course, you form personal relationships with people and remain close to them. They stayed with me through every single second, which raises the stakes significantly for me: they trusted me, believed in me, and continued. That is such a nice and unique gesture!” Depp also expressed his gratitude to Dior and thanked those who choose to continue working with him: “I’ve never been more moved or proud to have received such encouragement.” Nobody does that, and I thank everyone who was engaged in the choice to trust me and remain with me all the way from the bottom to the top and back down.
I will always be grateful to them, and I will always be loyal.” He finished by applauding the company: “They’re… man, it’s Dior!” They’re a class act, of course, but they’re truly a class act. That is power, that is class, that is brave, that is gutsy. Dior will always be much more than merely Sauvage to me.” Following brands quit working with Johnny Depp as a result of his divorce from ex-wife Amber Heard: Abercrombie & Fitch, Burberry, Gucci, L’Oreal, Marlboro, Rolling Stone, Sony, Universal, Vans, and Yves Saint Laurent are among the brands represented. When the claims of abuse surfaced in 2020, he was removed from ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindelwald.’ Despite the fact that he rejected the charges and subsequently won the defamation lawsuit, Disney chose to pursue Mads Mikkelsen instead.