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Established in 2005, Marc Fisher Footwear is a leading manufacturer of today’s most coveted brands. Candidate will assist art director in creating visual content in line with brand guidelines to be used for ecommerce, social media, press, newsletters and other forms of marketing and communication.
Marc Fisher Footwear is a full-service, product-driven fashion footwear licensing and acquisitions firm with the expert capability to design, manufacture, distribute and market women’s and men’s shoes. Candidate should have a minimum of 1-2 years of solid administrative/marketing experience.
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Things are heating up on our favorite courtroom TV drama in the Gucci vs. Guess legal battle. The latest in the juicy ongoing court proceedings is testimony from Paul Vando, a former director of men’s product at Marc Fisher Footwear, the company which provides Guess with its footwear--including several of the designs Gucci has named as knockoffs. The last time we tuned in, Gucci's lawyer, Louis Ederer, had fingered Marc Fisher as an integral player in the "massive knockoff scheme," even presenting evidence that the company was sending Gucci fabric samples to Guess’ fabric supplier, with the intent to copy coloring and patterns. Ederer also read aloud emails between Marc Fisher and Guess, which specifically referenced Gucci products spanning from 1995 to 2008. Sounds like they've backed Marc Fisher into a corner, right?