Association pour la Défense des Arts Plastiques et Appliqués

   This anticopyist society was formed in 1923 for the haute couture, founded by designers Madeleine Vionnet, Paul Poiret, Madeleine Cheruit, Charles Frederick Worth, Jeanne Lan-vin, and Drècoll. One of the organization's missions was to address international copyright laws.
   See also Copyist.

Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry. .

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  • Protection Artistique des Industries Saisonières — (PAIS)    This anticopying group, headed by Armand Trouyet of Vion net et Cie, formed in Paris in 1930. The organization succeeded in conducting counterfeiting raids and bringing about laws that pertained to the illegal copying of designs from… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

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  • CHINE (L’Empire du Milieu) - Arts — Les tendances esthétiques chinoises ordonnent les créations artistiques selon une hiérarchie profondément différente de celle de l’Occident: elles tiennent compte de leur lien plus ou moins direct avec l’esprit. L’écriture – et donc la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • INDE - Les arts — L’art indien a fourni une contribution importante et originale au patrimoine artistique de l’humanité. Contribution importante par la persistance, jusqu’à l’époque contemporaine, d’une tradition dont les manifestations matérielles n’apparaissent… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Chronology — 50,000 BCE The first prehistoric human, Cro Magnon man, learned to survive in cold climates by fashioning clothing out of animal skins, tree bark, and foliage. Paleolithic cave paintings such as those found in Lascaux, France, indicate that early …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Vionnet, Madeleine — (1876 1975)    Born in Chilleurs aux Bois, Loiret, France, to a poor family, Vionnet was a dressmaker s apprentice at age eleven for Madame Bourgeuil. In 1863, when she was seventeen, she moved to Paris and worked at the house of Vincent, where… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Counterfeiting, copyists, and piracy — Copying another designer s work dates as far back as the Middle Ages, when styles created for the royals and other nobles were frequently reinterpreted by other designers, usually with less expensive materials. The feudal society of the Middle… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Counterfeiting —    The problem of stealing or illegally taking an idea or product design and passing it off or selling it as your own. Counterfeiting, or product piracy, in 2005 accounted for approximately $600 billion in lost revenue globally. It also accounts… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Copyist —    A copyist is a skilled technician who copies the designs of a particular designer or company. Applying the technical disciplines of draping and patternmaking and often through the means of a rub off couture items as well as garments worn by… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

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