Dutch glory: design, fashion and IP


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Lecture on intellectual property with regard to Dutch design, fashion and IP presented at Banning's annual seminar What's bubbling in the IP laboratory?' (March 19, 2009)

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Dutch glory: design, fashion and IP

  1. 1. Dutch glory: design, fashion & IP Lecture Gino van Roeyen 19 March 2009 “What’s bubbling in the IP laboratory?”
  2. 2. We’ve come a long way! ← “Watch out for counterfeit!”
  3. 3. From delft blue towards lingerie …
  4. 4. An interview with Marlies Dekkers
  5. 5. Court case Marlies Dekkers vs. Sapph
  6. 6. Viktor & Rolf Haute couture, prêt-a-porter, V&R by H&M, spectacles, jewelry, shoes, perfumes
  7. 7. Ornamentation for bags and luggages: V&R?
  8. 8. G-Star, Moooi en Spyker
  9. 9. G-Star Elwood Gsus Trade mark, design and copyright
  10. 10. We LOVE Holland! Alexander van Slobbe Daryl van Wouw Orson+Bodil Spijkers en Spijkers Hella Jongerius Source: mila-loveology.blogspot.com
  11. 11. Marcel Wanders – Wanders Wonders Big Shadow lamp Aldenkamp Verlichting District Court Zutphen 2008, infringement of copyright and passing off
  12. 12. Two “snacks” District Court ‘s-Hertogenbosch District Court The 2008: no shape mark Hague 2008: not only ornamental, but no similarity
  13. 13. Jan Jansen vs. Armani (2005) Jan Jansen has designed a shoe in 1994 (the 'Tutti Piedi'), which is folded as it were from one piece of leather. The shoe has a minimum of stitching, three foldings on each side, five foldings on the upperside and a lace fastener, while one long lace is threaded through little holes installed around the foldings from the top to the bottom. The sole of shoe bears the name Jan Jansen. Armani has put a shoe on the market, which is also folded from one piece of leather, with three foldings on each side, five foldings on the upperside and a threaded lace fastener according to the same principle as used in the Jan Jansen shoe.
  14. 14. Anthon Beeke vs. Louis Vuitton (2007) Nude alphabet Beeke 1970 Louis Vuitton 2007 Vogue 1940
  15. 15. Piet Hein Eek vs. Esfera (2007) § The Presiding Judge: - orders defendants to refrain from any and all infringements on the copyright of Eek B.V. by multiplication and/or disclosure of similar designs of the 'waste-table' and 'waste-closet' directly after this decision is served to defendants
  16. 16. The future: Maarten Baas and DeMakersVan (Joep and Jeroen Verhoeven and Judith de Grauw) & many others … The beauty and character of burned wood is now captured in a long lasting material, creating the strange sensation of sitting on burnt furniture.
  17. 17. Confusious Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it: Confucius The bag. Object of desire. Not seldom a tic. For each occasion another one. Pure for the shape. Away from content! A few distinct lines will do. A delight for the eye. To be seen. Less is more. And especially more flat, lighter and transparent.
  18. 18. Even Fokke & Sukke cannot walk away from Dutch design Fokke & Sukke can’t sleep at all It follows the What a seller eh? ... this shape of your megalith specialist body ... a real sensation
  19. 19. Thank you for your attention Gino van Roeyen t: +31 73 – 692 77 05 f: +31 73 – 692 77 84 e: g.vanroeyen@banning.nl