Online Meetup: Fashion Law and Marketing

The textile and clothing sector constitutes a major segment in the European manufacturing industry and plays an essential role in the EU economy as such and in the social welfare of its consumers. Over the years, the EU has developed a wide body of consumer protection law. Conveying accurate information to consumers can limit the scope of misleading or even fraudulent marketing of goods by the fashion industry. This leads to the following question: To what extent does Fashion Law protect consumers against inaccurate or misleading information in fashion marketing and communication?

Join the next AFA Fashion Talkon Thursday, the 30th of April from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.

We have scheduled an Online Open Day!

On Saturday, the 16th of May, our programme leaders will offer a presentation of courses: from the Bachelor’s (Hons) degrees to the Preparatory programmes, from professional part-time courses to the short and intense summer courses.

Are you interested in a Bachelor’s (Hons) degree or Foundation Diploma? Applications for September 2020 are still open. Register to the Online Open Day and join a class simulation.

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