By Alex Baldwin (08/10/2022, 3:04 PM BST) — Independent fashion boutique owner persuades UK intellectual property authority to register ‘House of Zana’ as a trademark. has rejected fashion giant Zara’s claim that the phrase is a trademark. Too similar to her own mark.
The UK Intellectual Property Office told House of Zana owner Amber Kotori that the similarities between ‘Zara’ and ‘Zana’ only reminded him of the ‘fleeting and insubstantial’ link between the two companies. has allowed two trademarks of her boutique name to be registered. In a decision handed down on August 3 and made public on Tuesday.
Kotrri called the decision “a real win for all small independents…
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