Forever 21 effectively said, “Adidas, you don’t own stripes,” when the clothing company took on the athletic wear giant in a logo battle. Adidas registered three parallel stripes in specific locations on certain clothing and shoes as protected trade dress and vigorously protects its rights to stripes. Forever 21 asked a judge for permission to use stripes on sports bras and t-shirts claiming the stripes are decorative and don’t infringe on Adidas’s three stripe logo. Read more.
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