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The international brand Q&H is accused of stealing some of the design and the judiciary intervenes


Some international news agencies stated that the Q&H international women's refrigerator

He was accused of stealing some designs from some other international brands, such as H&M, and a dispute arose between the executive managers and it turned to the judiciary.

The history of fashion goes back to ancient times and very ancient and ancient centuries that extended to many civilizations, such as the Assyrian, Pharaonic, Phoenician, and Roman civilizations. When man began to be interested in clothing, he began to think about fashion and take an interest in it.. From here, interest also began in temples and their coordination in fashion, and each civilization had its own fashion and style.

The Phoenician civilization was distinguished by its mastery of making clothes, and they traded in it in many parts of the world in the fourth millennium BC.

As for Egyptian civilization, it was distinguished by colors and drawings, whether on the walls of temples or on clothes. The ancient Egyptian woman cared a lot about her beauty, as she cared a lot about her adornments and clothes.

In the wake of the French Revolution, fashion developed greatly, as puffy and embellished dresses appeared, and architectural art developed greatly, especially in palaces and not temples, as it was previously.

The Greek civilization paid attention to engraving on clothes, and the forms of clothing varied, and these designs were determined according to age group, class affiliation, or social status.

Fashion in the twenty-first century is now characterized by diversity and difference between the countries of the world. There are many fashion houses around the world, each of them competing in providing everything that is new. One of the most important cities that express fashion is Paris, as it is considered the capital of fashion.

Western tourists often noticed the lack of fashion in Iran, Turkey, India, and China, and noticed from various cultures that Western fashion was inappropriate for them, which made many suggest that Western culture was unstable and disorganized. The secretary of a conservative ruler in Japan proudly told a Spanish visitor in 1609 that Japanese clothing had not changed for thousands of years (completely inaccurate information). However, the Chinese Ming dynasty, for example, is huge evidence of the rapid change in clothing fashion. Changes in fashion often take a period of time from an economic and social perspective (such as the Romans in ancient times and the Caliphate in the Middle Ages), but a long period followed without any major changes. As for the eighth century in Spain, the famous musician Ziryab introduced fine fashions that he derived from his homeland. Baghdad and the important part of Cordoba in Andalusia. These costumes vary between seasonal and daily, but in the eleventh century there was a change in fashion in the regions of the Middle East similar to what happened in Spain when the Turks introduced fashions from Central Asia and the Far East. In the middle of the fourteenth century in Europe, the change in clothing styles was rapid and continuous. Then historians, including James Waver and Braudel Vernad, documented the beginning of Western fashion in clothing. One of the most interesting aspects was the sudden shortening and narrowing of men’s clothing, so its length went from half the leg to what barely covered the buttocks. It is sometimes accompanied by padding in the chest for a larger hand, and from this was created the distinctive Western men's design that is worn over trousers. The pace of change in women's and men's fashions accelerated significantly in the following century, especially in the way hair was styled, as it became more complex and variable. Art historians have become able to use fashion in 15th-century pictures that increases confidence and accuracy. Initial changes in fashion led to the fragmentation of what had been very similar styles of dress across the upper classes of Europe and the development of distinctive national styles. These different styles remained until an opposition movement came along that in the seventeenth century until the eighteenth century imposed similar styles again, most of them emerging from the old French system, and although the rich usually followed fashion, the increasing wealth in modern Europe led the middle classes in society and even the peasants. The trend towards fashion, which led to an unfavorable affinity for the wealthy upper classes, was considered by Braudel to be one of the main factors in changing fashion.

The fashion industry is a product of the modern era. Before the mid-nineteenth century, most clothes were prepared according to the customer’s specifications. They were prepared by hand for individuals, either in home production or by designers and tailors. At the beginning of the twentieth century, clothes began to be sold according to specific standards and criteria, in addition to the unification of prices due to the emergence of new technology, such as the sewing machine, and the increase in global capitalism in the development of factories, the quality of production, and the spread of retail places such as stores. The clothing industry also began to develop in both Europe and the United States of America first. Today, it is a global industry. Clothes are often designed in one country, manufactured in another, and sold internationally. For example, an American fashion company may prepare fabrics in China, manufacture them in Vietnam, display them in Italy, then ship them back to warehouses in the United States of America for distribution to retail stores globally. The clothing industry has always been one of the largest businesses in the United States of America and remains so until the twenty-first century, but this business has declined greatly in the United States of America and has headed to foreign countries, especially China, because clothing industry data is usually reported to global economies and expressed in sectors. Especially commercial, it is difficult to calculate the total global textile and clothing industry, yet the industry represents a large portion of the world's economic production by any standards. The textile industry consists of four levels: first, the production of basic raw materials such as fibers, fabrics, leather, and fur, second, the production of goods by designers, manufacturers, contractors, and others, third, the retail sale of goods, fourth, and finally, various advertisements for the goods. These levels consist of separate but cooperating and interconnected business sectors all dedicated to one goal: satisfying the consumer and his requirements for clothing under conditions that enable those involved in manufacturing to operate at a profit.

intellectual property

Intellectual property is not applied within the fashion industry as it is within the film and music industry. Robert Glariston, an intellectual property specialist for an organization specializing in fashion and brands, said at a fashion symposium held in Los Angeles that copyright law related to clothing is a controversial issue in the fashion industry. We must draw a dividing line to clarify the difference between fashion designers who take inspiration from other designs. And fashion designers who steal their designs from different places. Designs inspired by other designs have contributed to the establishment of new brands in the fashion industry. In recent years, WGSN has been the dominant source of fashion news, and it is expected that international brands will be inspired by each other. Attracting customers to buy clothes by establishing new brands and fashions is considered a key element in the success of this industry. Regardless of whether some people disagree with this opinion. Intellectual property rules that interfere with the process of creating brands may interfere with their production. On the other hand, the apparent theft of new ideas, distinctive designs and design details by large companies is the reason for the failure of many small and independent fashion companies. Since counterfeit designs can be recognized by their inherent quality, the demand for luxury goods still exists, and since copyrights for clothing and accessories are only held by trademarks, many fashion brands consider it one of the most visible aspects of clothing and accessories. In the manufacture of handbags in particular, designers weave the brand into the fabric itself from which the bag is made or into the lining of the fabric, which makes the brand an original element in the bag. In 2005, the World Intellectual Property Organization held a conference calling for tightening the implementation of intellectual property in the fashion industry to better protect small and medium-sized businesses and also to encourage competitiveness in the textile and clothing industry. Costumes may be used to promote a cause, such as encouraging healthy behavior that helps raise income for cancer treatment, raises income for a local charity or child protection society, or raises donations to a home for sick children. The next fashion trend is pollution so waste is being recycled into clothes, jewelry and other fashion pieces in order to promote pollution awareness. There are a large number of modern artists for this reason, including Marina DeBris, Ann Wizer, and Nancy Judd

journalist since 2011, member of the Journalists Syndicate, graduate of the University of Montreal, Journalism and News Editing Division, media advisor, He writes about health, skin care and relaxation.