I am a university professor and consultant in fashion law. I have been studying, written and done some conferences in several countries about the relationship between fashion and fundamental rights/human rights (including environmental protection and intellectual property applied to fashion). I am the author of the project Fashion Law- When Fashion meets Fundamental Rights
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The first fashion editorial project that aims to analyse fashion creativity, with its literary and artistic references, and industry from a civil, personal, economic and social rights' perspective. Its scope is to show how creative fashion can be regarded within the framework of fundamental rights. Therefore, the goal of FL-WFMFR is not to dictate or to analyse fashion trends, colours, cuts, what is in or out from each season. It does not present an analysis of the ephemeral part of fashion, but rather a testimony of a fashion that remains in time as an expression of cultural language and human creativity inherent to the evolution of society towards sustainable development.
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