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Burberry Is Suing Target for Copying Its Trademark Check Pattern

Here's a roundup of the most relevant fashion news this week.
Burberry Is Suing Target for Copying Its Trademark Check Pattern Here's a roundup of the most relevant fashion news this week.

Start your week right by being updated with the latest fashion news. Read on!

1. David Beckham is named ambassador of the British Fashion Council.

“I’m really excited about promoting fashion as an opportunity to all kids across the country, regardless of their background or their gender,” David told the Guardian. “That means creating more awareness for boys to get involved with fashion ... helping them understand that creative opportunities are available to them, too.”

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2. Tom Ford designs an "affordable" watch.

Business of Fashion reports that Tom Ford will be releasing a new timepiece: the Tom Ford 001. And the best part? It's reasonably affordable. "The sturdy-looking timepieces start at around $2000, with a wide selection of interchangeable bands being sold separately."

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3. Burberry is suing Target for copying its trademark check pattern.

According to a news report by Racked, "Back in 2017, Burberry discovered Target was selling products like luggage, water bottles, and eyeglasses with its famous plaid pattern and sent Target a cease-and-desist letter. But once it found Target was also selling scarves with Burberry’s pattern at a fraction of the price, the English fashion brand finally decided to take the chain to court."

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4. Artcurial in France is paying homage to Supreme by holding a huge auction.

French auction house Artcurial will start the bidding on the biggest Supreme auction. "The offering will include 150 items, ranging from rare Supreme box logo T-shirts to a Louis Vuitton x Supreme trunk—which will start at a whopping $84,000—and Supreme x Damien Hirst skate decks," Business of Fashion reports.

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