66 million in its trademark infringement lawsuit against Guess, a small fraction of the more than $120 million originally sought by the Italian luxury label. Three years after the original lawsuit was filed, Gucci, which is owned by French holding company PPR, and LA-based fashion brand...

her aptly named video S&M, we witnessed a man-cum-b**** sporting a bubblegum pink night porter cap – it's black counterpart we came across at the Louis Vuitton AW11 show – and Rihanna herself in a Mugler-esque, sheer PVC number, not without referencing her extreme passion for Gaga look-alikes...

Last month, the country's commercial regulator said in response to a question about fakes on Alibaba's websites that the government must establish a system to record and restrict e-commerce firms that break rules on counterfeit goods. Alibaba has seen its shares slide 19 percent for the...

Gucciwon its copyright lawsuit against Guess on Monday, but the Italian fashion house is still pretty pissed about the whole situation. In 2009, Gucci filed a lawsuit against Guess and footwear licenser Marc Fisher Footwear for copying several design elements, such as its diamond "G" pattern...

GGY Fashion Show design 2011 Good Dog, Bad Dog Over 140 designers showed resort collections this season Whatever kind of dog, they're having a moment in Paris. At right, Mademoiselle Agnès stepped out in Balenciaga's friendly-looking pup sweater; at right, Liv Tyler wore Givenchy menswear's...

On Tuesday, Lady Gaga was slapped with a $10 million lawsuit by her own toymaker MGA Entertainment. One day later, a Manhattan Surpreme Court judge rules in favor of Mother Monster. The toy company was in the process of manufacturing a Lady Gaga doll when the popstar allegedly requested a...

The seven-year-old brand claims that the motivation behind the lawsuit was "not financial" and that the large award is really a symbolic victory in the industry's fight against counterfeiters. The New York court also ordered that the 232 domain names used to sell Tory Burch fakes be...

But this is not about the dough, WWD notes: While Burch has almost no chance of getting the money from the sites, the award is believed to be the largest sum of damages ever issued to a fashion firm in the ongoing battle against online counterfeiters. This is about principle: The court...

Louboutin also took Zara to court for "counterfeiting and unfair competition" for using red soles on their shoes. Initially he won, but Zara appealed the decision. The French court has sided with Zara now and allowed them to use red soles. Louboutin is also orders to pay Zara 2,500 euros to...

Although winning one battle won't win them the entire war, Burberry made a step against counterfeiters by winning a lawsuit against a Chinese network who was using the Burberry name to sell fake luxury goods. The Manhattan Federal court ruling the $100 million award in favor of the renowned...

 

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