UPDATED: PETA to Take on LVMH at Conglomerate's Annual Meeting Tomorrow

After acquiring a small stake in LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton after publishing an exposé last year of the group's Vietnam crocodile farms — including two that have supplied skins to a tannery owned by LVMH — which are subjecting animals to an array of abuses, PETA has revealed that it will make its presence known at the Paris-based conglomerate’s annual meeting on Thursday. LVMH owns fashion brands including Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Celine, Loewe, Marc Jacobs, and Fendi, among others

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Wall Street's 'Charging Bull' Artist Threatens Lawsuit Over 'Fearless Girl' Sculpture

The sculptor of the famous “Charging Bull” statue located on Wall Street in New York demanded on Wednesday that the “Fearless Girl” statue that has been located across from against the bull since March be removed. Arturo Di Modica said his 11-foot-tall bull sculpture is supposed to represent “freedom in the world, peace, strength, power and love” but the addition of the “Fearless Girl” statue has turned his work’s message into something negative.

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Dior Files Suit Against "Network" of Counterfeit Sellers

Dior has filed a strongly-worded lawsuit against a “network” of online counterfeit sellers, according to WWD. According to its complaint, which was filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, a federal court in Chicago, against the owners of an array of “interrelated” websites peddling counterfeit Dior bags, apparel and jewelry, Dior alleges that the defendants “unlawfully used its registered trademarks in connection with the advertisement, distribution, and sale of infringing and counterfeiting Dior products, which caused confusion among customers and irreparably harmed Christian Dior.”

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