Ladybrille Exclusive: Jen Deiner Issues Statement Regarding Zimbabwe Fashion Week Dispute #FashionLaw

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Zimbabwe Fashion Week kicks off this Thursday. However, amidst the frenzy of fashion week, has been a different frenzy, that of negative publicity and statements regarding the credibility of the event. The founder of Zimbabwe Fashion Week, an ex-fashon model herself, was accused of starving models, not paying her third party vendors, among other claims. Ladybrille has been a long … Read More

Cape Town Fashion Council Presents ‘The Law and Fashion: Know Your Rights,’ an Intellectual Property Workshop #FashionLaw @Ctfc_za

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Cape Town Fashion Council Intellectual Property Law

The Fashion Law movement has been gaining momentum around the world, independent of our movement here in the States. A new addition to the movement is Africa, as South Africa begins to also make its Fashion Law voice heard. This is the second programming I am seeing from South Africa on Fashion Law educating its fashion community. The first was … Read More

Ladybrille® Fashion Business | Style House Files & LFDW Present ‘Fashion Business Series’ #FashionLaw #FashionAfrica

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This month Lagos will play host to the Guaranty Trust Bank Lagos Fashion and Design Week from the 23rd of October to the 26th October; at the Ocean View Grounds by Eko Hotel, Ademola Adetokubo, Victoria Island Lagos. As part of the activities to culminate the week, Guaranty Trust Bank has teamed up with the founders of Lagos Fashion and Design … Read More

Ladybrille’s Uduak Oduok Named Adjunct Law Professor at Loyola, to Teach California’s First Course Ever on ‘Fashion Modeling Law’ #Fashionlaw

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Dear Ladybrille readers, I am excited to inform you all that I have been named Adjunct Law Professor at Loyola Marrymount University in Los Angeles (“Loyola”) and will join the esteemed faculty at Loyola, in Spring 2014, to teach the first course, ever, in California on ‘Fashion Modeling Law.’ As a former fashion model and one that has had diverse … Read More

Jay-Z’s Rocawear Company Sued For $450,000 #Fashionlaw

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Jay-Z Rocawear

“Jay-Z is a rap mogul worth around $500 million — but his clothing brand Rocawear is in the red, a lawsuit claims. The apparel group allegedly owes $450,000 to wholesale company iSource NYC for urban-style duds made in Pakistan and shipped to New York last April through June, the Manhattan Supreme Court filing states. The clothing items “were specially ordered … Read More

Interns Win HUGE Victory in Labor Lawsuit Against Fox #FashionLaw

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Fox Searchlight Should Have Paid Interns

The Fox Searchlight case below is in the entertainment law realm. However, there are  parallel ongoing fashion law claims with similarl legal issues that was discussed by Ghanaian-American attorney Tracy Agyemang here on Ladybrille. Be sure to revisit her article here for the full scoop on those cases. In the meantime, every fashion and entertainment business/ entrepreneur in the USA … Read More