Burberry Sues Target For Infringement Over Use of Check Pattern Design

 Burberry Sues Target For Infringement Over Use of Check Pattern Design

British luxury fashion brand Burberry is suing US based retailer Target for alleged trademark infringements over its iconic checkered plaid pattern. Burberry believes Target has used its pattern on its own brand of eyewear, luggage and water bottles.

Gucci and Guess settle 9-year long legal battle over logo

Gucci and Guess settle 9-year long legal battle over logo

Gucci and Guess' nine-year battle over the letter G has finally come to an end. The two warring fashion brands announced that they have now signed a joint agreement that will bring an end to all pending litigations in all countries around the globe.

Is It Time For Vogue To Adopt An African Edition...

Is It Time For Vogue To Adopt An African Edition...

The British Supermodel Naomi Campbell has spoken out saying that Vogue magazine should launch an African edition to recognise the continent’s contribution to a global fashion industry that has been criticised for its lack of diversity.

Condé Nast College of Fashion announces two new MA degrees

Condé Nast College of Fashion announces two new MA degrees

The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design has announced its first postgraduate programme, with two new Masters courses commencing later this year. The MA in Luxury Brand Management and the MA Fashion Media Practice.

Condé Nast International Announces Code Of Conduct To Protect Models Against Harrassment

Condé Nast International Announces Code Of Conduct To Protect Models Against Harrassment

Condé Nast International the publishers of British Vogue, GQ, Glamour, Vanity Fair (among other titles) has announced a new Code of Conduct “to safeguard the dignity and well-being of all who work with its brands” to be actioned with immediate effect.

Her Majesty The Queen Makes Surprise Appearance at London Fashion Week

Her Majesty The Queen Makes Surprise Appearance at London Fashion Week

The young British designer, who’s worked at Michael Van Der Ham, Christian Dior, and Richard James, received a surprise visit during his AW18 show from her Majesty the Queen for first time in her reign to present him with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.

Remembering Azzedine Alaïa; Fashion's Genius

Remembering Azzedine Alaïa; Fashion's Genius

One of the few modern day couturiers, Alaia was a true genius, best known for his masterful craftsmanship , tailoring and his uncompromising authenticity. His death has prompted an outpouring of tributes from the fashion world, which were posted on social media...

Metamorphosis; Edward Enninful Addresses Fashions Diversity Problem With His Debut Cover For British Vogue

Metamorphosis; Edward Enninful Addresses Fashions Diversity Problem With His Debut Cover For British Vogue

British Vogue is addressing its diversity issue with new editor-in-chief Edward Enninful revealing his first ever British Vogue cover, featuring 25-year-old Ghanaian-British model Adwoa Aboah. The much anticipated December 2017 issue...

Glamour Magazine Ad Banned As "Irresponsible" For Featuring 'Unhealthily Underweight' Model

Glamour Magazine Ad Banned As  "Irresponsible"  For Featuring 'Unhealthily Underweight' Model

An ad seen in Glamour Magazine for Condé Nast Traveller has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for featuring a model that looks "unhealthily thin." The the advert, featuring a slim female model posing on a beach...

Christian Louboutin Red Sole Trademark Heads Back To Court

Christian Louboutin Red Sole Trademark Heads Back To Court

The latest development in the red sole saga continues. 5 months after the Advocate General's opinion on 22 June 2017 here, the Christian Louboutin red sole case is now appears to be making its way back to courts, with the CJEU deciding to re-open the case...