Did you catch all our top fashion law stories this week? If not, we’ve got a quick recapture in our weekly fashion law round up!
On Sunday we took a look at a history of lawsuits of everyone’s favourite blonde, Barbie.
On Monday we learned that Michelle Obama’s Oscar dress was too raunchy for Iranian viewers and television executives had photoshopped her Oscar dress to include sleeves and a high neck. (We actually rather liked the new version!)
On Wednesday our New York fans heard about Fordham Fashion Law Institute’s event “The Technology Trap: Fashion Copying, and the Speed of Information.” The event takes place next Wednesday 06 March at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
On Thursday we contemplated which hairstyle we’d choose from North Korea’s bizarre fashion law dictating that only 28 hairstyles are legal. We also took a look at Karl Lagerfeld’s new collaboration with Melissa shoes.
On Friday Numero magazine refused to take responsibility for its racist and offensive fashion shoot and to round the week off, we looked at the latest judgement from the ASA on H&M’s lingerie advert featuring Laetitia Casta.
See you all next week with the top fashion law stories and an introduction to some new emerging designers we just can’t get enough of!