Blog: Leonie BarriePink protection

Leonie Barrie | 22 April 2008

So Victoria’s Secret has filed a lawsuit against Macy’s and one of its suppliers for selling Pinkish Apparel – a line aimed at the same market and using a similar dog-shaped logo as its popular Pink range. Surely, with all the resources at its disposal, Macy’s would have seen this coming? After all, it hardly takes a genius to work out that although the line between imitation and copying is pretty blurred one, this surely oversteps the mark.

US: Victoria's Secret sees red at Macy's Pinkish line


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