Fashion

Fashion is a tough business. You need model lawyers.

Fashion is a tough business. Costs and operational management are crucial, and success is also subject to a highly subjective, fickle and often unpredictable market. This requires a deep understanding of the industry, and all those involved in it, as well as all the many and varied legal

commercial risks and rewards. We work hard to support the retailers and designers, agents, distributors, wholesalers, marketing, events and PR, models and talent agencies to protect each of their efforts, and their business for the long-term, and a sustainable and rewarding future.

We work hard to support those in fashion industries.


Burberry sues rapper/producer Burberry Perry for trade mark infringement
On Tuesday, Burberry filed trade mark infringement proceedings in New York against rapper and producer Burberry Perry, seeking immediate injunctive relief against the artist’s use of any and all associations with the company, including his stage name. The rapper, whose real name is Perry Moise, adopted Burberry Perry as his stage name and has used...
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Vetements won’t rain on Mr Tran’s parade
For those in the fashion know, Vetements is the darling of French fashion at the moment, having reinvigorated a sense of street in the industry, and one of its founders recently being named artistic director of Balenciaga. Vetements (meaning ‘clothes’ in French) is well known for its consistent use of third party trade marks in...
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Trade marks never go out of style: the battle for ‘New York Fashion Week’
There has been an ongoing battle for the rights in the term ‘New York Fashion Week’ between Fashion Week, Inc (‘FWI’), a company that sells tickets to New York Fashion Week events, and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (‘CFDA’)– the industry’s major not for profit trade association with a membership of over 450...
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The two-stripe dispute between Adidas and shoe branding finally comes to an end
After a long running battle between Belgian footwear company, Shoe Branding, and Adidas, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) finally sided with Adidas on 24 February 2016. Shoe Branding filed a Community trade mark application in 2009 in connection with footwear which featured similar stripes to that of Adidas’ famous two stripe branding....
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