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Fashion designs which are extremely successful are often very simple, making them very difficult to protect with IP, according to Lynn Christina Schreier, head of consumer goods, business IP at Swarovski.
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Marques 2018, fashion, branding, Chanel, Swarovski, Furla, design protection, disclosure, jewellery, in-house counsel, Hague System, Madrid System