Did you miss out on any of our fashion law updates? Not to worry, here’s a quick recap with links to all our top stories!
On Sunday we looked at some of the nasty elements of the modelling industry and celebrated the proposed legislation in the state of New York that will extend the protection currently covering child performers to underage models too!
On Monday we brought you the news that supermodel Naomi Campbell is heading back to court over yet another alleged violent attack. The 43 year old, who famously completed community service dressed in a Dolce & Gabbana gown and stilettos, has been accused of attacking Italian paparazzo Gaetano Di Giovanni in 2009.
Tuesday was a victorious day in the fight against counterfeits as customs officers were given new powers to seize and destroy counterfeit goods by the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
On Wednesday we took a look at airbrushing and advertising – the nasty consequences and why the law isn’t working!
Thursday wasn’t a good day for one NY sales assistant as a sharply-dressed thief walked away with two necklaces worth $100,000 from the world famous Tiffany flagship store on New York’s Fifth Avenue.
Are you a fan of low slung pants? Beware – laws sweeping the USA are banning saggy pants in a move opponents argue is unconstitutional, arbitrary and amounts to racial profiling!
See you next week with more exciting fashion law updates and stories! Don’t forget, the Dolce & Gabbana verdict is due on Wednesday. Tune in to Wigsandgowns to see if our favourite Italian designers really are headING to prison!