The luxury powerhouse is fighting hard against an attack on its long-held stripe trademarks.
Brand seeks to build its retail footprint.
The changing tactics in Forever 21’s battles with Gucci and Adidas, and President Trump seeks to hit back at China over intellectual property.
The luxury house said Forever 21’s copying is too “blatant” to ignore.
The week’s legal action included a case involving Coty’s attempts to limit distribution and a deceptive pricing suit against Forever 21.
The German company wants Forever 21 to stop using stripe designs similar to its trademarked version once and for all.
More than 36,000 flocked to Las Vegas looking to place a bet on a winning beauty launch.
The retailer said it’s focusing on diversity for its newest campaign.
The brand is headed to an appeals court after a California judge dismissed a majority of its infringement suit.
The fast-fashion chain is not waiting around for a trademark lawsuit to take Gucci to court.
Puma lost a bid to get allegedly infringing shoe style off Forever 21 shelves while an infringement suit rages on.
The fast-fashion retailer said Puma’s infringement claims don’t hold up given the lack of originality in Rihanna’s Fenty shoe designs.
Recent legal action has seen another suit against Forever 21, the growing proliferation of beauty dupes — and the AAFA’s decision to allow JD.com to join.
The retailer plans to open 10 locations by the end of 2017.