FRANCE: La Redoute loses appeal in swimsuit copy case
By Stuart Todd | 13 September 2012
PPR/Redcats-owned home shopping specialist La Redoute has lost its appeal against a conviction for selling a swimsuit copied from Marseille-based designer label Pain et Sucre.
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