The serve of intellectual property rights in the world of fashion
Author(s):
Sushree Devashrita, Dr. Archana Sharma
Keywords:
Fashion Industry, Intellectual Property Rights, Design Piracy, Piracy Paradox, Globalization
Abstract
One of the most serious issues confronting luxury goods companies in a globalizing industry is cloning. The goal of this article is to examine the various types of counterfeiting that occur in the fashion business, as well as the ethical difficulties raised. We contend that the industry is part of the problem. Design piracy is widespread and tolerated, posing various ethical quandaries in judging the act of copying. We investigate the ethical issues raised by various types of copying in the fashion business. We end with some broad thoughts on the ethical implications of intellectual property rights. Intellectual property law is a body of laws that governs the preservation and implementation of basic protections for innovations, creations, and other artistic creations. It is a broad term that embraces a diverse variety of inventive and unique creations. One of India's most important industries is fashion. When anything new debuts, it is generally followed by a flood of replicas, demanding the necessity for creative work security. The fashion market is expanding throughout the world.
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Unique Paper ID: 158261

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 235 - 238
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