We are very pleased to announce our Intellectual Property in the Fashion Design Industry event.
Fashion houses such as, Alexander McQueen to emerging designers such as Thomas Tait, Mary Katrantzou, and Christopher Kane, all consider intellectual property creation and maintenance to be of great importance in building their fashion brands.
Come and join us for an evening at Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design March 18th 2015, at 6.30-8.30pm to learn about the importance of intellectual property in the fashion design industry.
A panel of esteemed industry speakers will discuss intellectual property and its relationship to fashion branding and the management, protection and exploitation of fashion creativity. If you are interested in the business of fashion then this event is for you. There are a limited number of tickets for this event, so to avoid disappointment get yours soon.
This is an opportunity for fashion industry professionals, designers, students, lawyers and those connected to the business of fashion to find out more about the commercial and legal side of the fashion industry. Particularly the importance of intellectual property in shaping the commercialisation of fashion design creativity.
Who is this event for?
Fashion industry professionals, designers, students, lawyers and those interested in the business side of fashion.
Sally Britton - Partner, Mishcon de Reya (Sally works with clients across a range of luxury sectors including the British Fashion Council)
Mark Engelman - Head of IP at Hardwicke and former non-executive director of Alexander McQueen’s haute couture operation.
Rebecca Kay - IP legal advisor, ASOS
Stefan Siegel - Founder, NOT JUST A LABEL
6.30pm to 7.00pm Networking & Champagne drinks reception
7.00pm to 8.05pm Presentations & speakers
8.05pm to 8.20pm Q&A with panel
Please arrive early as this schedule may be subject to change on the night.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please ensure you bring your printed ticket with you to the event
What is the refund policy?
Tickets are refundable up until 3 days prior to the event
When & Where
Condé Nast College of Fashion
16–17 Greek Street
W1D 4DR London
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