SIMPLY PUT, KNOCKED-UP DESIGNS, ARE HARDER TO KNOCK-OFF
So Says The Couturier Daniel Day, a.k.a. Dapper Dan. His theory is absolutely correct...By "Knocking-Up" or adding more to your designs, they become much more difficult to replicate or, "Knock-Off". We agree 100%! Every maker , every designer, and everyone who creates - should seek out those elements appropriate to their design and knock it up! We believe the button is the ticket to knocking up any clothing, accessory, or even scrapbooking design.
Rock Star Buttons find them: Winky&Dutch Company Store on Etsy
Subtle /Hidden or In Your Face/Bold Winky&Dutch buttons allow you to personalize any design! If "Makers Gonna Make" shouldn't you make something covetable AND difficult to knock off?
Dice Buttons: Shown in Black with 7 other Colors Available & Emoji Button available in almost any emoji - email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase
Mr. Day came to fame in the 80's & 90's when - as a couturier based in Harlem, he freely (and without permission) used the logo prints of companies like Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Gucci to create custom clothing items and objects, including car interiors and boxing trunks. He faced multiple lawsuits from luxury brands that claimed he had violated their copyrights, and by 1992, after a raid on his shop led by Fendi (and one of its lawyers, Sonia Sotomayor), he closed his shop. He recently re-opened in partnership with Gucci.