Polo Ralph Lauren, an American fashion company has filed 9 trademarks for its name and logo in the metaverse. The company registered the trademark for its Polo Player Logo, and the names – POLO and RALPH LAUREN.
JUST IN: Polo Ralph Lauren has filed 9 trademark applications for #NFTs and the metaverse.
— Watcher.Guru (@WatcherGuru) April 5, 2022
Mike Kondoudis, USPTO licensed trademark attorney, has tweeted the details of the trademark application.
POLO has filed 9 trademark applications for▶️ POLO▶️ RALPH LAUREN▶️ its Polo Player Logo
The apps cover:✅ Virtual fashion shows✅ NFT backed multimedia ✅ Virtual hotels and restaurants✅ Virtual clothing, footwear, and fragrances#NFTs #Metaverse #Web3 #Cryptocurrency pic.twitter.com/XhaKIbTVrz
— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) April 4, 2022
In particular, the trademark includes virtual fashion shows, virtual hotels and restaurants, NFT-backed multimedia,virtual clothing, footwear, and fragrances.
Moreover, the trademark application covers downloadable multimedia files of artworks related to fashion, clothing, lifestyle, footwear, home goods, etc., which are authenticated by NFTs. It also consists of downloadable computer software for cryptocurrency wallets, and downloadable virtual goods for use in online virtual worlds.
Earlier in January, Patrice Louvet, CEO of Ralph Lauren, had remarked that the fashion brand is pursuing opportunities in the metaverse to attract the younger generation of shoppers. He had also said, “There are a lot of parallels actually between the metaverse and Ralph’s vision because we are not a fashion company. We are in the dream business.”
To note, many companies in the fashion industry have entered the metaverse and created their own NFT collections. Also, recently, famous fast-food chain companies have also filed trademarks for names and logos in metaverse and NFT.
Polo Ralph Lauren is an American fashion company headquartered in New York City. It was founded by American fashion designer Ralph Laurenin 1967. It has almost all kinds of products ranging from clothes for infants, women, and men to other commodities like gifts, furniture, and many more.