Fashion Culture: Future Fakes
Contributor Names
Srinivasan, Vidyuth
Elia, Ariele
Rothenberg, Bradley
Barchiesi, Bob
Scafidi, Susan, 1968-
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, N.Y.). Museum
As the technologies of fashion design, production, distribution, and imitation advance, how will we identify fakes? How does one define authenticity in a world of 3D, print-it-yourself accessories and downloadable watch faces? Susan Scafidi of the Fashion Law Institute and MFIT assistant curator Ariele Elia hosted a lively inquiry with Bradley Rothenberg, Bob Barchiesi of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition, and Vidyuth Srinivasan of Entrupy, Ariele Elia of MFIT into the future of fashion copying.
Moving Image
Panel discussions
Product counterfeiting
Fashion merchandising
Fashion design
Commercial law
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