Accessories News


Italian Fiscal Police Investigate Moncler Counterfeiters

Investigations are focused on an organization manufacturing counterfeit products in Moldavia.

American Apparel Pushes Back on Jabs to Disclosure Statement

The company fought back in court to criticisms from the unsecured creditors committee and Dov Charney on the document.

Moncler Wins Civil Case Against Chinese Counterfeiters

The brand won 420,000 euros in damages.

Dov Charney with a supporter outside of the American Apparel headquarters in Los Angeles.

Dov Charney Files Objection in American Apparel BK Case

The American Apparel founder took legal matters into his own hands, filing an objection in bankruptcy court on specific items in the company’s disclosure statement.

American Apparel Plans to Divest Oak Met With Opposition

Oak’s founders are offering to take the business off the Los Angeles firm’s hands and keep it operating.


Judge Scolds Attorneys Keeping Kering and Alibaba In Mediation

Kering and Alibaba head back to mediation after the judge scolds the attorneys.

An American Apparel store.

Charney Granted More Time to Scrape Together Funds, New Legal Team

A Delaware judge ruled Friday the American Apparel ex-ceo has until the end of the month to file an answer to the court, buying him time to raise fresh funds and find a new legal team.

Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce

Italy’s Supreme Court Details Reasons for Acquittal of Dolce, Gabbana

Almost a year after the first hearing in the long-running tax trial, the court issues its reasons for its ruling.

Met, 2015, Jeremy Scott , Katy Perry

Jeremy Scott Responds to Rime’s Copyright Suit Over Katy Perry Dress

Jeremy Scott disputes copyright claim that he knocked off the graffiti artist Rime’s work with designs in his 2012 Moschino collection.