Fashion Law Tweets of the Week – 8/5/2016

Fashion Law Tweets of the Week – 8/5/2016

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This past week was marked by a U.S. Judge’s partial dismissal of Alibaba, Gucci et al. counterfeit goods lawsuit and The Guardian’s discussion of the unglamorous side to fashion law. Grab a glass of Rosé and listen to Sia’s Cheap Thrills  while perusing FLM’s curated fashion law tweets of the week:

  • Drafting an Influencer Marketing Campaign AgreementThis is the second part of a two-part series about marketing and online platforms. @LawOnTheRunway 
  • “Filing suit did the trick @Burberry–Rapper Burberry Perry will change his stage name to The Good Perry.”– @FashionDocket
  • “Rachel Roy Calls Cops with complaints Against the Beyhive.”–@FashionBlawger 
  • “Olympics fashion and the #USPTO take on #3D printing.”–@KenyaNWiley 
  • “Hobbies: Lint rolling my clothes, retweeting myself, drinking tea, wearing sunglasses, going on vacation.”–@ZerboJulie of The Fashion Law
  • “I’m so thrilled to be covering the #SeptemberIssue of @Instyle. Huge honor and so much fun . . .”–@KerryWashington 
  • “Raf Simons now responsible for 6 different lines at @CalvinKlein – so at least 14 collections/yr – PLUS his own.” —@VVFriedman 
  • “From a pr pitch: “Wear to hot yoga or a night out on the town.” No. I’m sorry. Those [are] not interchangeable wardrobes.” —@RobinGivhan 

Trend of the Week: Featured image from today’s post comes from Fashion Gone Rogue’s Melodie Monrose poses in dreamy dresses for stylist in France post. The lingerie look is currently on trend with the season! Alvaro Beamud Cortes shot the Monrose for Stylist France’s July issue. 

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