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Today's increasingly widespread recognition of fashion's artistic value has revamped the debate on the appropriateness of rights and remedies provided by IP law to fashion designs. From an Italian–US comparative perspective, this article inquires whether copyright protection, traditionally accorded to artists, is eligible and applied for fashion, detecting that rights and remedies are better accessible to major fashion companies and for iconic items, while they are not easily attainable bydoi:10.3390/laws9010009 fatcat:iwfxyidt4rbb7j5yzopwnuftty