While you polish of the last of your Easter Eggs and recover from those April’s fools pranks, why don’t you sit back and enjoy our weekly round-up of the top fashion law stories from the last week!
Monday - we discovered that 80 year old Yoko Ono’s collaboration with Opening Ceremony might actually be the work of Brooklyn-based fashion designer Haleh Nematzadeh and she’s filed a $10 million lawsuit accordingly!
On Tuesday Tory Burch was back in the fashion law news with that the brand is now suing Bluebell Accessories Inc., a New York-based firm that she claims sold “counterfeit” jewellery bearing her distinctive monogram.
On Thursday we took a look at Louis Vuitton’s tasteless advertisement glamorising prostitution.
And on Friday we had an Easter fashion law special when the poor old Lindt bunny lost his fashion lawsuit to prevent other bunnies wearing gold foil!
Hope you enjoyed the long weekend, see you all tomorrow with all the top fashion law stories!