Fashion Faux Pas

Last week, Zevs’ role in the conversation between art and fashion was discussed at Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute. Crain’s New York Business had the following to say:

Some street artists, such as the French artist Zevs, have made artistic pieces out of logos, including Louis Vuitton and Chanel marks, that have been altered to appear as though they are dripping. Zevs’ pieces symbolize the instability of the wealth of society and aren’t trademark infringement, argued David de Buck, founder of De Buck Gallery, which showcases Zevs’ work.

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