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We advise national and international fashion, beauty and luxury goods clients in established and emerging fashion capitals around the world on the many and varied challenges they have faced.
Wherever our clients are, and whatever their size and scale, they are affected by supply chain pressures, the speed at which technology transforms the market, the goal of greater sustainability, the impact of a new generation of consumers on shopping habits and discussions around increased diversity and inclusion.
Our experts thrive on the pace of change in this dynamic sector and ensure our advice is practical, commercial and future focused.
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By Nick Knapman
Considering the future of retail
By Tim Ryan
The current decade has seen 'outsourcing' evolve into 'strategic sourcing' as the efficiency gains and other benefits of entrusting an organisations non-core functions to vendors are more open to question and scrutiny: whether you are looking at a…
By Andrew Allan-Jones
Technology, brands and intellectual capital are key assets for any successful business. Our intellectual property (IP) team are experts at helping clients protect, exploit and enforce their existing IP assets globally and maximise the value in…
By Kelsey Farish
This article is the author’s abridged version of a peer-reviewed publication in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (Volume 15, Issue 12, December 2020), published by Oxford University Press.
Putting photos or other forms of creative content on social media is a key part of gaining exposure and growing one’s business. However, sharing work online also puts it at risk of being used in ways you did not consent to. Here are just a few…
By Alison Key
COVID-19 is a powerful driver a change, but in many ways it is an accelerant of trends already underway. Re-thinking how the digital and physical realms co-exist and the subsequent increased use of technology in retail destinations could be the…
Data protection regulations (primarily contained in the GDPR, as everyone will know…) have been making it harder for companies to collect and store users’ personal information without transparency and robust data security standards and policies in…
By William Allison
On 24 September 2020, Alison Levitt QC published her independent report into the fashion giant, Boohoo PLC. This followed investigations and a report in July 2020 by The Sunday Times which found poor working practices in the company’s Leicester…