24 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 573 (2017)
This note discusses an unexplored problem at the nexus of fashion and intellectual property law: how "fast fashion" leads to unsustainability of global resources and human rights issues pertaining to overseas manufacturing facilities. This unnecessary chain of events could be avoided if fashion designers were granted more substantial intellectual property rights rather than an overall lack of protection. Instead of turning a blind eye to the consequences of consumer demand and "fast fashion," Congress needs to address these issues head on through legislation that mirrors some of the copyright protections afforded fashion designers overseas
"The Domino Effect: How Inadequate Intellectual Property Rights in the Fashion Industry Affect Global Sustainability,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 24:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol24/iss2/10