Tag Archives: Trademark
Surprise! Surprise! And what a pleasant surprise! Actually, I’m not that surprised that June Ambrose has chose to capitalize on her signature headwear. It’s Twenty Eleven and ENTREPRENEURSHIP is the name of the game. But of course, the one I … Continue reading
Last weekend, I was creative director for a hair shoot for up-and-coming celebrity hairstylist Yenebecha “Yene” Damtew. This young lady is on the move! Immediately following cosmetology school, Yene launched her career as the executive assistant to celebrity hairstylist Johnny … Continue reading
Movado Bold In the process of re-branding itself, and just in time for the holidays, Movado recently launched a collection of timepieces designed for the next generation: vibrant and affordable, but with Movado’s signature sleek.
Right or wrong, we tend to define ourselves by the products we consume. Buy a pair of red bottomed shoes, and you’ve just bought success. Brand images are the thoughts, feelings, and attributes, etc., one associates with a brand, such … Continue reading
After researching bankruptcy and tax law all day long, I am happy to analyze the merits of the suit filed by Abercrombie and Fitch against Beyoncé Knowel, over the right use the name Fierce for her fragrance. Beyoncé recently signed a deal … Continue reading
One visit to the American Apparel website, and it’s clear that they aren’t just selling T-shirts (that I so adore). Adolescent-looking models, with dear caught in headlights expressions, in “come hither” poses, are like, well, the retailers trademark. And nipples are … Continue reading
I was at a CLE (Continuing Legal Education) last week sitting in a session on intellectual property when I saw the most unbelieveable thing: another lawyer sitting in the same session on intellectual property, carrying a knockoff Louis Vuitton bag! She … Continue reading