So, there are no copyright laws in the fashion industry (only on trademarks and logos).
Blakley says that other creative industries can follows fashion’s trend. This copying culture has forced designers to “up their game” and be more innovative, which has led to designs being too hard to copy. She says that there creative industries can learn from this, can they really?
It got me thinking about the current Apple VS Samsung trial. The battle over a design. The fight over rectangles. If they were apart of the fashion industry, it would be thrown out of court, because there are no copyright laws over design. Maybe this case should be dropped. Both allowed to play with their rectangles however they please. It might force both companies to create more innovate designs?
Orrrr, maybe not.