16 March 2012
What have you missed this week? Find out in out weekly fashion law round-up!
Sunday – we announced our Easter competition, you could win a £100 MAC voucher. Find out how to enter here!
Monday – Wigsandgowns were sad to say goodbye to our favourite holiday clothes destination Style-Passport who stopped trading.
Tuesday- the world was shocked to discover Marc Jacobs has been using raccoon dog fur in what was labeled as fake fur.
Wednesday – The Kardashian’s found themselves in more legal trouble when a Californian judge ordered them to stop using the name Khroma on their make-up line.
Thursday, - Jigsaw boss John Robinson was sued for sexual discrimination. We also took a look at Robert Muagbe’s ‘fashion label’ (yes really!). Our favourite post pudding wear Spanx found itself at the centre of a lawsuit as ‘Real Housewife of New York’ star Heather Thomson filed a lawsuit for infringing her company Yummie Tummie’s patent.
Friday saw luxury jewellery company Bulgari has had its assets seized as the investigation into its tax affairs intensifies. We also took a look at the unauthorised Chanel Le Vernis iPhone cases currently on sale on Etsy.
See you next week for more fashion law news and information!