Overview: The main project of this course is a scaffolded research paper of eigh

Overview: The main project of this course is a scaffolded research paper of eight to ten pages, in which
each student will trace, through research in primary and secondary sources, the
history of a contemporary legal issue relating to fashion. The paper should conclude with the students
own historical argument regarding the issue (see below for explanation).
Background: Writing is integrally important to each of the disciplines involved in this course: history,
law, and the business of fashion. As always, in-text citations and references in APA
MLA, or legal (Bluebook) format must be included to avoid plagiarism. Please refer to Purdue Owl
online to be sure in-text citations and references are correct.
Please use primary sources like laws and court cases (present or past) and reliable secondary sources like articles. Must be in MLA format.
The paper should discuss how women are oppressed in the fashion industry. That would include designers, models, workers, and costumers. Also discuss how fashion law contributes or doesn’t contribute that. You can mention past laws that are no longer effective that were oppressive to women, regarding fashion law. And also how these laws came to be no longer effective and if there were court cases that supported or were against these laws.
I’ve included some sources that can help but please include your own sources you think is appropriate to this research.