August 21 2014

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Christian Lacroix Goes For Broke, Marc’s B-Day Party, And More…


Christian Lacroix has filed for the American equivalent of Chapter 11 to protect itself against creditors owed an estimated $14 million. Surely loyal Lacroix fans can pick up a few couture frocks to help defray costs. [WWD]

Marc Jacobs’ 30th b-day party for fiancé Lorenzo Martone featured Madonna, Jesus at the turntables, and a cake in the shape of a bear. W has the pics. [Editors’ Blog]

Trovata’s copyright case against Forever 21 ended in a mistrial yesterday, but founder John Whitledge plans to re-attack. Do you think the fight over knockoffs is worth it, or is it a waste of time? [WWD]

Photo: Photo: Marcio Madeira



  1. Valerio says:

    It’s always worth to fight against knockoffs, especially the ones which are produced in the communist state of China. They ruin the industry with very cheap products and as said before fake or knockoffs of well designed products. We have to ban everything what is coming from China, and I really mean that. Here in Italy there are a lot of obscure firms, socalled Chinese tailors, but the only thing they do is reproduce the designs of the real designers, like Armani, Prada, Versace etc. This has to stop. As long as the communists in China are not capable of stopping this ‘trade’ we have to do it here in the western world. So don’t buy Chinese clothes, arriverderci