• Our Next Event

    Fashion Renaissance: A Unique Year in Review

    10 December 2020, 12:00 - 14:50 (UK time)

    Taking place on Thursday, 10 December 2020, this online event (via Zoom) provides a unique opportunity to both reflect on recent developments, issues, and opportunities and anticipate what lies ahead for the fashion industries at a time of significant disruption and change.
     
    Topics of discussion include:
    • Recent developments in the field of intellectual property (IP) affecting fashion houses and designers;
    • Recent trends in image contracts, licensing, and marketing in the fashion sector;
    • Enforcement challenges and opportunities for fashion companies;
    • Gaming and fashion, from both an IP and data protection perspective.
    The Speakers who will join Giulia Gasparin and Eleonora Rosati have extensive knowledge of the fashion sector and will bring in their experience from both private practice and in-house roles.

    Programme

    12:00-12:10 - Welcome and introduction

    Giulia Gasparin and Eleonora Rosati

     

    12:10-12:30 - Overview of recent fashion-related IP developments

    Eleonora Rosati

     

    12:30-13:15 - Panel discussion: Licensing, marketing and image in an ever digital fashion marketplace

    Kelsey Farish (DAC Beachcroft)

    Chiara Tramutoli (Pronovias Group)

    Simona Weaver (Vivienne Westwood)

     

    Eleonora Rosati (Chair)

     

    13:15-13:30 - Q&As

     

    13:30-13:50 - Enforcement challenges and opportunities for the fashion industries

    Marion Marie Couvreur (Alibaba Group)

     

    13:50-14:10 - Fashion and gaming: An IP perspective

    Manon Rieger-Jansen (Bird & Bird)

     

    14:10-14:30 - Fashion and gaming: The data protection angle

    Giulia Gasparin

     

    14:30-14:50 - Q&As and concluding remarks

    Logo credits: Riana Harvey

    The Social Media Manager for 'Fashion Renaissance: A Unique Year in Review' is Nicole Sardiello Zamboni.

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