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Zadig & Voltaire wins court case against YSL

Yves Saint Laurent has filed a lawsuit against Zadig & Voltaire at the Paris Commercial Court alleging that Zadig & Voltaire had copied the protected interior layout concept of its Avenue Montaigne store.

Edie Parker Sues Milly by Michelle

Edie Parker accuses Milly of selling and offering for sale “handbags that reproduce copy and imitate the Edie Parker Box Clutch Trade Dress in a manner that is confusingly similar to the distinctive trade dress of Edie Parker.

Call upon H&M to improve labour rights

Clean Clothes Campaign, International Labor Rights Forum, Maquila Solidarity Network and Worker Rights Consortium are calling on H&M to abide by all its responsibilities under the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.How can You Help?

Fashion Revolution

Fashion revolution is exploring the flows of money and structures of power across the fashion supply chain in order to continue to push for greater transparency through investigative research, inspiring informative content and creative events.

Burberry against Burberry Perry

Burberry filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against rapper and producer Perry Moise, known by his stage name Burberry Perry.

The Danish Fashion Ethical Charter

The Danish Fashion Ethical Charter is a good example to help raise awareness and influence attitudes in the fashion industry, media and society in general about the need to ensure the well-being of models who work in Denmark.

Dress For Our Time

Dress For Our Time by social artist and designer Helen Storey brings the worlds of fashion and data together to create a unique installation that traces the global movement of people who have been forced to flee their homes due to conflict or persecution.

Tommy Hilfiger and Others against Delta Center

Burberry, Lacoste, Tommy Hilfiger, Urban Trends, Rado Uhren and Facton sued Delta Center, which owns several market halls in Prague, in order to prohibit Delta Center from renting sales spaces to traders who sell counterfeit products.

Pamela Love against Nasty Gal

American jewelry designer Pamela Love sued American retailer Nasty Gal for copyright infringement.