The Geissens: Stress for Davina! She is now being sued by YOU, of all people
The Geissens-All doors are open to children in life. This is what the 18-year-old wants Davina Geiss, eldest daughter of Geissens, now make it big and launch their own fashion and cosmetics label “DG by Indigo Limited”.
But that is exactly why Davina Geiss is said to have been sued by a company where the Geissens are actually regular customers.
The Geissens: Davina Geiss of all people has YOU against her
Bad box for Davina Geiss. With her fashion and cosmetics label “DG by Indigo”, she actually wanted to go her own way. But as soon as the trademark has been registered with the patent office, the 18-year-old is already facing the first legal dispute.
According to reports from “Bild”, the lawyers of the Italian fashion house “Dolce & Gabbana” are said to have taken action against the entry of the new brand. The reason for the anger should be the brand initials “DG”, which stand for Davina Geiss as well as for “Dolce & Gabbana”.
These are the Geissens:
- The Geissens are a jet set family from Cologne
- Carmen Geiss and Robert Geiss have been married since 1994
- The entrepreneur couple has two children: Davina (18) and Shania (16)
- Since 2011 they have their own TV show “The Geissens – a terribly glamorous family”
- The family has lived in the south of France since 2015
According to the allegations, there is a risk of confusion between the two trademarks, which, according to the German Patent and Trademark Office, is illegal.
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The status of Davina Geiss’s new brand is to be examined by the European Trademark and Patent Office. The decision is currently pending.
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However, the 18-year-old seems to be less interested. Despite the lawsuit from “Dolce & Gabbana”, the Geissens subsidiary is said to already be offering fashion items under the name “DG by Indigo Limited”.
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“Dolce & Gabbana”, on the other hand, does not seem to take the legal dispute lightly: “We fundamentally protect the value of our brand against confusion or plagiarism,” the company announced to “Bild”. (mkx)