Tag: COVID-19

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Fashion Law Update – August 2022 Edition
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Australian active wear business fined AU$5 million for making false and misleading COVID-19 apparel claims
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Fashion Law Update
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Top Tips for Achieving a Successful Restructuring
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As Supply Chains Reopen after COVID-19, What are the Risks?
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Adapting to COVID-19 in a Timely Fashion – Essential Competition and Consumer Law Rules for Australia

Fashion Law Update – August 2022 Edition

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the why we live, what is happening.”

Coco Chanel

In this edition of Fashion Law, we cover a range of topics which are having an impact on businesses and consumers in the fashion and luxury products sector worldwide.

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Australian active wear business fined AU$5 million for making false and misleading COVID-19 apparel claims

The Australian Federal Court has ordered women’s active wear manufacturer and retailer, Lorna Jane Pty Ltd (Lorna Jane), to pay AU$5 million in penalties for making false and misleading representations to consumers, and engaging in conduct liable to mislead the public, in connection with the promotion and supply of its “LJ Shield Activewear”.

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Fashion Law Update

“What’s my style is not your style, and I don’t see how you can define it. It’s something that expresses who you are in your own way.”
Iris Apfel

In this edition of Fashion Law, we have a huge selection of articles from around the world.

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Top Tips for Achieving a Successful Restructuring

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a new reality for both fashion brands and the consumers they serve, with the changes being sharp and vast, and many of which will be permanent, such as the shift to online. Fashion brands have acutely felt the disruption to supply chains, retail stores, and delivery networks.

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As Supply Chains Reopen after COVID-19, What are the Risks?

The Chinese government’s decision to close factories in January 2020 was completely unexpected and took most companies by surprise. China, after all, was considered “the factory of the world,” and the widespread business closures created a lot of confusion and anxiety for companies without alternative supply chains. With the rapid spread (and fear) of COVID-19 globally, business and public life have been totally disrupted.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way that we live, work, communicate, and socialise. Borders have closed, along with factories and nonessential businesses; people are working from home while many others are on forced leave or have lost their jobs.

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Adapting to COVID-19 in a Timely Fashion – Essential Competition and Consumer Law Rules for Australia

The retail industry has undoubtedly been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fashion industry has been particularly vulnerable to the pandemic due to a number of factors, including weakened consumer spending, forced store closures, and drying government stimuli. A number of companies have also threatened store closures with the potential to impact hundreds of stores, workers, and shopping centre landlords.

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