With this fall’s opening, the Ivanka Trump Collection store will be the only freestanding boutique in the U.S. for the brand.
This week’s court action focused on the issue of a name, as well as the ongoing legal battle involving the first daughter and an Italian footwear brand.
The official White House employee is still working on securing trademarks for her eponymous brand.
The issues of intellectual property, sponsorship — and copyright — were at the forefront this week.
The First Lady has been somewhat of a loyalist to Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, choosing a suit from them for her White House portrait.
The first lady has worn Kors on a few key occasions including for the start of a Palm Beach weekend with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and his wife Akie.
A San Francisco boutique is willing to take the White House at its word that Ivanka Trump will comply with all ethics rules.
As Ivanka Trump seems to be more active in her father’s White House than expected, Democratic senators want ethics rules around her cleared up.
The First Daughter’s intellectual property holding company is being sued for unfair competition.
Activist groups plan to launch a social media campaign against the online giant.