Wordplay Foreplay: Making Texting Hot on the Runway

So, just because there isn’t any sui generis protection for fashion designers for designers in America yet, that doesn’t mean designers are left without any legal protection. If you incorporate words, patterns, and other prints into your designs, copyright, yes the same legal protection scheme given to books, movies, and art, is available to you!

The runways in Paris Fashion Week have showcased designs that have been making quite a statement (pun intended), and I’m liking it!

Word to the wise: Companies like Forever 21 and others notorious for knocking off high-end designers should be cautious to knock off any of the designs here.

 

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One Response to Wordplay Foreplay: Making Texting Hot on the Runway

  1. Devon October 11, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

    Oh wow – that’s really interesting about the copyright application. I bet the designers’s legal teams are lining up all of the cease and desist drafts…ha!

    Devon

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