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Cara Delevingne, Britain's top model, and the winner of London Fashion Week and our hearts, has trademarked her name, which means she has the rights to use it as a marketing tool. Only time will tell whether she'll make good on it, but it does effectively mean that all the perfumes, handbags, nail files, umbrellas, key rings and—confusingly—walking sticks currently bearing her name are no longer allowed to do so. Our question: Does this apply to fanclub t-shirts? [Telegraph UK]