Business Ferrari Owner Exor Takes 24% Stake in Louboutin, Valuing the Footwear Company at $2.73 Billion Exor Group has made good on one of the names that has been floated as a key target of M&A interest for 2021: Christian ... March 8, 2021 - By TFL Law Fendi Prevails in Closely-Watched Chinese Gray Market Case The long-awaited retrial and final decision in a case over the sale of authentic-but-unauthorized Fendi wares was issued on Mar ... March 8, 2021 - By Fredrick Xie Business Why Do Women Still Earn a Lot Less Than Men? Twelve years ago, on January 29, 2009, newly inaugurated President Barack Obama signed his first bill into law: the Lilly ... March 8, 2021 - By Michele Gilman Law China Eases on Animal Testing Requirements By Way of New Cosmetics Regulations China currently holds the title of the world’s second-largest cosmetics market, following the United States, and “inter ... March 5, 2021 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Supreme Does Not Want Unaffiliated Brand to Be Able to Register “EMERPUS” Trademark Simply reversing the order of the letters in the word “Supreme,” slapping that made-up word on apparel, and then filing a t ... March 5, 2021 - By TFL Fashion Versace is Banking on a New Print to Bolster its Bottom Line “Versace will debut a new pattern for clothes, handbags and other products” at its upcoming fashion show in March, one that ... March 5, 2021 - By TFL Law Diet Prada’s Founders Respond to Dolce & Gabbana Defamation Suit Over Alleged “Smear Campaign” Remember when Dolce & Gabbana came under fire in 2018 for running a now-infamous ad campaign featuring a Chinese model atte ... March 4, 2021 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Brands Filed Fewer Trademark Applications Amid Pandemic, Per WIPO, While Patent Filings Continued to Grow COVID-19 may have put a striking dent in consumer spending on discretionary goods and services, such as travel and luxury goods ... March 4, 2021 - By TFL FEATURED ARTICLE " A growing trend of FTC blockades raises questions about the future for the sizable number of buzzy DTC companies that have flooded well-established market categories in recent years. " Read More Latest News Load More SUBSCRIBE Sign up for unlimited access to The Fashion Law Join today Popular Buyback Programs: The Future of the Luxury Market? Retail Woes: A Running List of Fashion & Retail Bankruptcies Thinking About Naming Your Brand After Yourself? Think Again Outcomes in Recent Trademark Cases Suggest Increasing Protection for Non-Native Rights Holders in China From Hermès and Chanel to Louis Vuitton and Gucci, What Will Fashion’s Impending Shift Actually Look Like?