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One-off costs from the demerger of the brand from the Aurora group and unrealised foreign exchanges were also to blame for the fall in profits, according to the Financial Times.
The recent decision of the CJEU in the Karen Millen case provides important guidance to fashion designers and retailers who rely on unregistered design rights in their designs according to the Council Regulation (EC) No. 6/2002 on Community Design. The CJEU ruled in favor of Karen Millen in the proceedings, which concerned sales made by Irish retailer Dunnes Stores and which were brought pursuant to the Community Design Regulation No. 6/2002 (hereinafter the Regulation).
The brand is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary, having become the first global design-led accessible fashion brand to emerge out of the UK and subsequently spawn stores around the world including fashion hotspots like Madrid, Paris, Hong Kong, and of course, New York.