Swift's move to trademark herself and her products isn't the first mind-blowing choice to hit headlines.
Rihanna recently won another lawsuit against Arcadia-owned brand "Topshop" for printing a picture of her face on their tank tops, without her permission.
Beyoncé Knowles' lawyers are threatening to sue Etsy, after the peer-to-peer e-commerce site was caught selling mugs and other merchandise with the name "Feyoncé."
During 2011 to 2012, a lawsuit was sparked between the two fashion designer brands 'Christian Louboutin' and 'Yves Saint Laurent', all because of the red-soled high heel. In the end, Christian Louboutin achieved trademark protection over the red sole, while YSL could use that trademark red color, as long as it covered the whole of the shoe's design.
The question now is what can we expect next from Swift? Performing at the 2016 Super Bowl perhaps?
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Taylor Swift's Trademark requests:
- "Nice to meet you. Where you been?" (Song: Blank Space)
- "This Sick Beat" (Song: Shake it off)
- "Cause we never go out of style" (Song: Style)
- "Could show you incredible things" (Song: Blank Space)
- "Party Like It's 1989"
- Various font styles: "Taylor Swift", "T.S.", "Swift"
- Album titles: "Speak Now", "Fearless"
- "Love Love Love"
- "Taylor Swift Fearless"
Source: Justia, Trademarks section