Daily Links: March 20, 2019

  1. How Georgina James Worked Her Way Up at Nike to Become The Director of Women’s Footwear – The designer has spent more than 10 years at the global sports brand, evolving her role across departments at its U.S. headquarters in Portland. Read more on Fashionista
  2. Aidy Bryant’s clothes in Shrill are a plus-size dream. Here’s why you can’t buy them – Costume designer Amanda Needham on how the fashion industry fails plus-size women, and why everyone was crying when they shot that pool party scene. Read more on Vox
  3. Balenciaga and Car-Freshner Corp. Settle Suit Over the Fashion Brand’s $275 Copycat Keychains – A legal battle over Balenciaga’s $275 air freshener-esque key chains has come to an end. On the heels of the first mediation session between Car-Freshner Corporation and Balenciaga in connection with rival lawsuits over the fashion brand’s “deliberate” infringement of Car-Freshner’s trade dress-protected LITTLETREES design. On Tuesday, Car-Freshner moved to put an end to the fight, stating that both it and Balenciaga have agreed to voluntarily dismiss their claims, meaning that the parties managed to settle their differences in mediation. Read more on TFL
  4. BURBERRY Jessie Monogram Crossbody Bag – In color “Vermillion”, the crossbody bag comes in with perfect time for Spring. The bag measure at 4″W x 3″H x 1“D. Shop the bag on FWRD

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