By  on June 24, 2019

The “Black Vogue” fight continues. 

The designer Nareasha Willis had begun her “Black Vogue” fashion brand in 2017 in response to what she argues is the fashion industry’s appropriation of black culture. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc., which does business as Condé Nast and operates Vogue, sued Willis in September for infringement. The battle is still grinding along in New York federal court, and appears to pit the social phenomenon of reclaiming cultural identity against trademark law.

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