Founded in 2012, The Fashion Law (TFL) is dedicated to providing unparalleled insight into the legal and business aspects of the rapidly evolving fashion industry. Well known for helping to shape the dialogue in fashion and beyond, we do not only break news stories, we define and decode critical legal and business trends. Our rigorous reporting, authoritative analysis, and incisive commentary – which is created exclusively by experts in the field – cannot be found elsewhere, and neither can our unwavering commitment to the highest standards of objectivity and editorial independence.

TFL’s precisely curated selection of unique and valuable legal and business stories have made a trusted daily source for an engaged community of lawyers, business executives, retail insiders, thought leaders, and consumers.

Julie Zerbo is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Fashion Law. With a formal legal education and an extensive background in law and economics, as well as a dynamic understanding of the ever-evolving fashion business and consumer culture more generally, she is one of the paramount voices in legal journalism within the global fashion industry, having been cited by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New Yorker, the Economist, and Vogue.