Rihanna Sues Her Father Over Use Of The 'Fenty' Family Name

Rihanna Sues Her Father Over Use Of The 'Fenty' Family Name

According to legal documents, celebrity music icon Rihanna has filed a lawsuit in the California federal court, against her father to prevent him from exploiting her name and brand in an attempt she claims, to fraudulently make "millions of dollars" through his company Fenty Entertainment LLC.

Toy Purse Maker "Pooey Puitton" Is Suing Louis Vuitton Over Trademark

Toy Purse Maker "Pooey Puitton" Is Suing Louis Vuitton Over Trademark

LOS ANGELES, United States — A California toy company has preemptively sued Louis Vuitton to stop the French luxury goods maker from interfering with its sales of a slime-filled, poop-shaped toy purse for children, Pooey Puitton.

Does Luxury Fashion Have An Overproduction Problem?

Earlier this year, four of Harrods’ store windows on Brompton Road were taken over by the young, independent label "Vetements" with the VETEMENTS logo featured on their fronts. The VETEMENTSxHarrods installation featured stockpiles of clothes donated by Harrods’ four-thousand employees.

BREAKING - Louboutin Comes Out Victorious in CJEU's Trademark Ruling Over Red-Sole Shoes

BREAKING -  Louboutin Comes Out Victorious in CJEU's Trademark Ruling Over Red-Sole Shoes

One of the most discussed trade marks in the world of fashion and the subject of a number of legal disputes. Today, the courts have handed down a significant ruling, in what has been eagerly awaited decision between the famed Parisian fashion house and the Dutch shoe maker Van Haren.


Supreme Counterfeits Are the World's Most Searched For Fakes

Supreme Counterfeits Are the World's Most Searched For Fakes

Recent research data collected by SEMrush, the search engine marketing solutions provider notes how the products of Supreme the high-end luxury street wear brand constitutes the most searched replicas all over the world followed closely by Michael Kors and Christian Louboutin. 

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.

Off-White™ Case Reaches Settlement

Off-White™ Case Reaches Settlement

Court documents were filed mid-April reporting the settlement, which is still subject to court approval. The settlement appears to be a victory for the Off-White™ who were seeking in the amount of 2 million dollars in damages for each instance of alleged infringement of goods sold, distributed and/or offered for sale.

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.