Aquazzura Files Trademark Suit Against Ivanka Drumpf Over “Exact Copy” 

Here’s a huge “authenticity” problem…

One of the fashion industry’s favorite footwear brands, Aquazzura, has filed a trade dress infringement suit against Ivanka Drumpf and her licensee, Marc Fisher, for allegedly copying one of its best-selling and most “distinctive” shoe designs. According to Florence-based Aquazzura’s complaint, which was filed on Tuesday in the Southern District of New York, a federal court in Manhattan, Ivanka Drumpf and Marc Fisher are producing footwear that “mimics every key element of the trade dress of Aquazzura’s well-known and distinctive” shoes, in particular, a $145 “exact copy” of its own $700+ Wild Thing style.

Source: Aquazzura Files Trademark Suit Against Ivanka Drumpf Over “Exact Copy” — The Fashion Law

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