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Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of Crefovi, is featured in the upcoming documentary, written, directed and produced by Crefovi client Marco Proserpio, “The man who stole Banksy”. [hr]

The man who stole BanksyThe documentary will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival from 20 to 26 April 2018.

 

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THE MAN WHO STOLE BANKSY – Trailer from Marco Proserpio.

Synopsis: In 2007, world-renowned street artist Banksy traveled to Palestine and painted a number of politically charged works on walls and buildings all over the city. Some viewed this as a nuisance; others hailed the work as high art; and still more saw a business opportunity. Specifically, a bodybuilder and local taxi driver known as Walid the Beast came up with an entrepreneurial plan: cut out the entire cement wall containing the art and sell it off to the highest bidder. Director Marco Proserpio’s The Man Who Stole Banksy is a provocative story about how works that are created illegally can be stolen, sold, and collected legally. As viewers follow Banksy’s work, they discover a secret art market of stolen walls from around the world. It’s a stylish examination of public space, appropriation, and the commodification of street art and of what happens when Middle East politics meet the Western art market.

 

Annabelle Gauberti is the founding partner of Crefovi, our London and Paris law firm specialised in advising the creative industries in general, in particular on art law. She is a solicitor of England & Wales, as well as an “avocat” with the Paris bar.

Annabelle is also the president of the International association of lawyers for the creative industries (ialci).

 

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Crefovi Christmas newsletter: Merry Christmas & happy new year | Crefovi

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Crefovi, Crefovi Christmas newsletter, Christmas2016 was a tough year for the creative industries: a lot of music performers bid their farewell to the world and I really do hope that they are now in heaven, especially Leonard Cohen, David Bowie and George Michael.

It was also a highly divisive year, with several high-stakes democratically-taken decisions which left the “loosers” deeply aggravated by the majority’s votes mostly based on “post truths”, downright lies, emotions, feelings and an unprecedented level of resentment. Is this the most efficient, rational and successful way to appoint a leader and build a road to economic recovery? I certainly do not think so.

2017 is going to be the year of isolationism as geo-political fractures will grow wider, while demagogy should be reaching its peak in the USA and the UK. Meanwhile, the Eurozone will attempt to keep a semblance of unity, as three major election cycles are going to take place in Germany, France and the Netherlands and will probably bring their respective right and far right parties back to power, while ruthless negotiations on Brexit with the UK are going to create many tensions.

Sadly, it is unlikely that the member-states of the European Union, and in particular of the Eurozone, will muster the courage to take appropriate political and tax reforms in 2017, in order to boost EU growth, and provide the ECB with all the tools that a central bank needs to have at its disposal. While Germany will keep on displaying a shining trade surplus, borrowing on international capital markets at a 1 to 2% rate, such as France, Mediterranean Eurozone countries such as Greece, Italy and Spain will sink under the weight of their debt repayments and having to borrow on international capital markets at no less than a 5% rate.

What does this all mean for us, mere citizens of the world?

Well, if you have a business, a job in a high growth industrial sector (I am thinking services here), many clients who are based overseas, and/or a large portfolio of securities investments, 2017 is going to be a good year for you. Wall Street likes Trump and his promises of deregulation, the City likes the Tories and economists predict that the USA’s and UK’s GDP growth rates will be at 3% plus and 2% plus respectively next year.

If you do not have the means to enjoy the ride, because you are unemployed, employed in a low growth industrial sector (I am thinking manufacturing here), a refugee, a member of the working class or lower middle class, and/or a citizen of the Eurozone, well, brace yourself for a tough year ahead. It does not look bright and shiny, out there. Just watch Ken Loach’s last gem, “I, Daniel Blake”, and you will measure how the most vulnerable members of our “first world” societies are being squeezed, neutralised and downright eliminated by our ruling “intelligentsia”.

I predict that the very people who voted for Trump and Brexit are going to bear the brunt of the negative impact of such decisions, due to rising prices of food products and other basic commodities such as electricity and gas, and lower investments in public transports, public amenities and the public good in general.

The Eurozone will stay in a state of economic slump, like it has been for the last 6 to 7 years now, with no strong political figure pushing for essential economic, political and tax reforms which are, nonetheless, absolutely critical for the Eurozone project to live on and finally become successful.

Consequently, in view of all the above, there is going to be an ever increasing divide between the “haves” and the “have-nots”, while social tensions, riots and wars will be on the rise, globally.

It’s not going to be a good time to flash one’s wealth and status, out there, if you do not want to end up being robbed, burglarized or, simply, vilified for daring to differentiate yourself from the wolf pack.

The luxury and fashion sectors will suffer, as a result, as less and less members of the elite and middle classes are willing to purchase and display exterior signs of wealth.

The entertainment sector will continue to thrive, in 2017, with more and more consumers attracted by easier and cheaper access to, as well as diversified distribution channels of, video and audio content online, which they can consume at their leisure.

With a rising portion of a young, multi-racial and low-skilled pool of “first world” citizens permanently unemployed or disabled, the democratisation of the entertainment and gaming sectors has the additional benefit of providing “something to do” to these people, on a daily basis.

I am sorry that my Christmassy newsletter is not more upbeat and positive but, unlike Trump and the Tories, I value truth and rationalism above all things (with measured empathy and feelings added to the mix!).

2017 is going to be a very good year for the “haves” and a tough year for the “haves-nots” and, if like myself you think you belong to the “haves”, it is time to be cautious and to protect yourself against the spillage effects of unleashed capitalism and demagogy.

Above all, we should all individually strive to keep and improve our humanity in 2017, as well as work endlessly towards preserving our Earth’s assets, growing them, nurturing them and eliminating most immediate and serious threats to Earth’s and its inhabitants’ survival and wellbeing.

With very best wishes for the holiday season and the new year ahead.

Warm regards

Annabelle Gauberti
Founding partner, Crefovi

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How to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel? | Crefovi at Pure fashion trade show

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Crefovi strikes back with presentation on how to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel at Pure trade show on 26 July 2016, attended by trade show goers and press.[hr]

 

Annabelle GaubertiHow to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel?, founding partner of London fashion law firm Crefovi, presented a talk on the legal stuff to think about, when a fashion business wants to go omnichannel and, in particular, to launch e-commerce functions on its website. This presentation was delivered at Pure, the top bi-annual fashion trade show in London. 

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How to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel? from Annabelle Gauberti 

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Crefovi speaks during MonteCarlo Fashion Week 2016 | London luxury law firm Crefovi

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On 2 June 2016, Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of London luxury law firm Crefovi, was invited to present a talk on “How to make your fashion brands lawfully omnichannel” during the MonteCarlo Fashion Week in Monaco.[hr]

MonteCarlo Fashion Week, Chambre Monégasque de la mode, Crefovi, Annabelle GaubertiMonteCarlo Fashion Week is an annual event in Monaco, during which fashion brands and buyers, as well as the press, meet up, in showrooms, at catwalk shows, during presentations on the fashion and luxury business and, more generally, to celebrate the world of fashion and luxury!

The afternoon of 2 June 2016 was dedicated to presentations, which key theme was the evolution of global fashion retailing.

Members of the Chambre Monégasque de la Mode, Davide Jais (its treasurer) and Federica Nardoni Spinetta (its president) moderated with brio the following presentations:

  • Redefining market opportunities and dynamics in fashion retail, Yingting Cheng, Istituto Marangoni Paris 
  • Building omnichannel strategies, Magali Ginsburg, President & Founder, VFA – Victoire Fashion Agency
  • The value of Made in Italy in the retail offer, Alessandra Guffanti, President GG Sistema Moda Italia
  • Creating extraordinary customers’ relationships, Lorenzo Glavici, Visiting professor MFI – Milano Fashion Institute
  • The omnichannel communication ecosystem, Nicolas Kenedi, President L’Agence Française
  • How to lawfully make fashion brands omnichannel, Annabelle Gauberti, Founding partner Crefovi

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  • Round table, ready to buy:

Moderator Muriel Piaser, Global Fashion Developer

Claudio Betti, VP Camera Italiana Buyer Moda

Mathilde De Saint Athost, Lambert & Associates group Paris

Aurélie Sikli, Galeries Lafayette Paris

Song Pham, 10 Lines Buying Office

Saturday 3 June 2016 was dedicated to the fashion catwalk shows, as well as the award ceremony, in particular to Philip Plein (International MCFW award) and Stella Jean (Ethical fashion brand MCFW award).

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Afternoon of presentations, on 2 June 2016, at MonteCarlo Fashion Week

 

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Catwalk shows of 3 June 2016, in the presence of Princess Charlene of Monaco, at MonteCarlo Fashion Week
MonteCarlo Fashion Week, Crefovi, Stella Jean, Annabelle Gauberti
Awards ceremony and award to Stella Jean, very talented fashion designer, during MonteCarlo Fashion Week 2016

 

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Luxury & intellectual property | One-day course in Paris

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On 10 March 2016, Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of London law firm for the creative industries Crefovi, will organise and present a day course on “Luxury & intellectual property” in Paris, at the prestigious French research institute in intellectual property IRPI.

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Luxury & intellectual property

The objectives of this training day will focus around:

– Assessing the economic and legal stakes in the law of luxury goods,

– Selecting the appropriate protection system to define a growth strategy for the luxury brand,

– Acquiring a methodology allowing to identify, anticipate and treat the risks, linked to the intellectual property of the luxury maisons and

– Knowing how to react in case of counterfeiting.

If you would like to know more, or in order to register, please review IRPI’s catalogue or check the following webpage

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