Congress Has Designs For Piracy Prevention Legislation

Fashion Designers are often irritated when their designs have been critically acclaimed on the runway, but do not achieve retail success. Similarly, proponents of the proposed Innovative Design Protection and Piracy Act and other design piracy bills have been repeatedly frustrated because these bills, introduced in Congress in numerous variations, have never been voted on before the entire Senate or House.

The fashion world continues to wait anxiously for a full legislative review, much like eager fashionistas sitting front row at the Lincoln Center tents during the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

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