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Can You Trademark Clothing Design?
Michael Kondoudis -- DC Trademark Lawyer Michael Kondoudis -- DC Trademark Lawyer
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Dateline: Washington, DC
Monday, October 17, 2022


Company Logos

Designers can also trademark their logos when they are used in branding. Designers can trademark their logos to differentiate their clothing from other clothing brands. This can help to protect the designer’s brand and ensure that other designers do not copy their logo. By registering a trademark, the designer can take legal action if another company attempts to sell garments with similar logos.

Trademarked designer logos include the HILFIGER flag, the DOLCE & GABBANA “G&B” and CHANNEL “double C’s.”

Designer Brand and Company Names

Designers can trademark their company names to prevent other businesses from using the same or similar name. This protects the designer’s brand and ensures that consumers can distinguish between products. Trademarking a company name also helps to build customer loyalty and create a stronger connection between the consumer and the designer.

Examples of trademarked brand names include FENDI, LACOSTE, and PRADA

About Michael Kondoudis

For more than twenty years, Michael Kondoudis has been the go-to trademarking expert for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Michael is a USPTO-licensed trademark and patent attorney, educator, speaker, and author of the Amazon best-seller: Going From Business to Brand. He is also an authority trusted by national news media on major trademark stories involving NFTs and the Metaverse. For more information, visit www.mekiplaw.com.

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