Learn Exactly What Designers Need to Know to Protect Themselves and Their Designs From Copycats
Join us as we discuss this topic with four industry experts at our New York conference's "Adventures in Copyright" panel.
Social Media, Merch and Celebrities: Your Go-To Primer for Personality Rights
Who can legally use — and profit from — your image?
Should Fashion Designers Name Labels After Themselves?
We asked industry experts to weigh in on the pros and cons of founding a namesake fashion line.
Why Converse Is Suing 31 Companies for Trademark Infringement
The shoe brand is putting its foot down.
When Did Fashion Become an Industry of Do-Gooders?
The fashion industry is full of social and financial and moral injustices. But it's also full of people fighting them.
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How 3-D Printing Could Change the Fashion Industry For Better and For Worse
3-D printing could have tremendous effects on the fashion industry. It has the potential to do great things for the industry: create shorter lead times for designers, offer the ability to produce things in smaller quantities, and create easy personalization. On the flip side, 3-D printing could render many jobs in the manufacturing industry obsolete, as well as present some tricky legal issues surrounding copyright.
What the Newly-Passed Child Model Labor Bill Means for the Fashion Industry
The Model Alliance achieved a great victory yesterday when the New York State Senate and Assembly unanimously passed legislation to extend child labor laws to cover underage models. While the bill is not officially law just yet, we asked our friends at our sister site Above the Law to help us understand the potential implications of the new bill.
Lululemon Is Suing the (Yoga) Pants Off Calvin Klein
Lululemon is not all "ohm" all the time. The brand is getting litigious with some heavy hitters in the fashion world--namely, Calvin Klein. The C