Fashion Law London was born in 2019, upon the joint initiative of Giulia Gasparin, Eleonora Rosati, and Rosie Burbidge.
Its core mission has always been to build and deliver knowledge in relation to the legal issues affecting the fashion sector.
Rosie left in 2020. Now Fashion Law London is Giulia and Eleonora.
As of today, Fashion Law London has delivered residential events in London and, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, also online events.
Senior Legal Counsel at River Island
Giulia is a dual qualified lawyer (England and Wales and Italy) and in-house senior legal counsel at River Island.
Giulia supports the brand’s e-commerce channels and works closely with the information technology department in designing and onboarding new technical solutions.
Giulia has substantial experience in drafting and advising on international commercial (media, endorsement, sponsorship agreements) and cloud computing contracts (software development and software licence agreements) in the online fashion and online gaming sectors.
Prior to joining River Island, Giulia worked in the commercial legal department of the worldwide largest online gaming group (The Stars Group, NASDAQ: TSG) and was sole in-house counsel for Conde’ Nast Commerce - part of Conde’ Nast International - which launched the marketplace luxury fashion website Style.com.
Dr Eleonora Rosati is an Associate Professor in Intellectual Property Law at Stockholm University and an Of Counsel at Bird & Bird. She is also a Guest Professor at CEIPI - Université de Strasbourg, a Research Associate at EDHEC Business School and an Associate of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Cambridge, as well as an Editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (Oxford University Press).
Eleonora is the author of several peer-reviewed journal articles and books in the field of intellectual property, including - most recently - Copyright and the Court of Justice of the European Union (Oxford University Press:2019). She is also a long-standing contributor to award-winning specialist intellectual property blog The IPKat.
Eleonora has been included in Managing Intellectual Property ‘The 50 Most Influential People in IP’ list (2018) and in World Intellectual Property Review's list of 'Influential Women in IP' (2020).