If you want to run around in Diego Maradona's blouse, so you'll just have to ask for permission first!
similar to this seems the moral to be, after which is decreased judgment in a sensational case in Italy.
the fashion house Dolce & Gabbana have been sentenced to a fine of 70,000 euros – equivalent to 523.000 pounds to have discredited the argentine legendes name in connection with a fashion show in Naples.
to this must be added a bill for the costs. Everything that comes Dolce & Gabbana enough. They are undoubtedly most satisfied with that the case, which has been going on for three years, finally found a decision.
And so it must annoy borderless, that you end up having to pay a fine for something that originally was conceived as a tribute to Maradona.
Dolce & Gabbana has during the trial repeatedly explained that the use of the legendary Naples-shirt with titallet on the back was used, for the honour of increasing the argentinian, who is the biggest star that has ever appeared in Napoli light blue shirt.
Dolce & Gabbanas fashion show paid tribute to Diego Maradona - and Sophia Loren in the way - at a show in Naples in 2016. Photo: Dolce & Gabbana
But you forgot to ask Maradona before in 2016, pulled it over his head on a female model. And it does not go.
Maradona's lawyer, Ulisse Corea, has stated that there was not contact between the parties, and that the main character himself had not given permission for the use.
You can then indicate that it is perhaps a little petty to sue when fashion just want to pay tribute to him. However, according to Corea, there was talk about a commercial case. And that is something different than if a tourist goes for a walk in the pedestrian area and buy a blouse from a street vendor.
- The only person who can make use of the name, and who can afford to obtain the economic benefits thereof, is Maradona himself, said the lawyer, according to Italian media.
Maradona in his heyday of Naples. Photo: Franco Castano/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
Diego Maradona played for SSC Napoli 1984-1991 and won the Italian championship two times with the otherwise poor and humble club, both before and after it was heavily in the shadow of the much larger and influential clubs in the north.
But with the acquisition of Maradona, who, incidentally, were traded as the world's most expensive at the time, moved to Naples with one up among the major powers in Italy and throughout Europe.
Serie A was in the 1980s the world's strongest league, but El Diego quickly turned to develop into the biggest name, though he was in competition with people like Michel Platini, Preben Elkjaer, Ruud Gullit, Gianluca Vialli and Careca.
Maradona was the club's top scorer until 2017, when Marek Hamsík surpassed him.
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