What’s going on at fashion festival Winter Fashion Week?

A little-known fashion festival is on the verge of being called off after a federal judge ruled that the festival violated the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

The Labor Department has appealed a ruling by Judge Mark C. Bader, who issued the decision Tuesday, to the Labor Department, the Labor Secretary and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

The Labor Department says the festival has until Dec. 10 to appeal the ruling.

Bader, in his ruling, said he was “proud of my state for creating this industry and this industry’s potential to bring good jobs and good wages to the area.”

The Labor Secretary has said the festival was allowed to go ahead because the state had not yet received an exemption to the federal labor law.

The agency’s director, Daniel Shapiro, has said he is reviewing the ruling to determine whether to appeal.

The festival was to be held at the Labor Expo Center in Chicago on Saturday, but was canceled after a dispute over the date of the event led to a labor union representing workers suing the state and organizers.

The ruling from the Labor Office was the latest in a string of labor law rulings in recent years that have resulted in the shutdown of several events.

Earlier this year, the Fair Labor Association filed a class-action lawsuit in the Chicago area that was dismissed.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Retail Federation sued the state in August and November over the weekend, claiming the state violated federal labor laws by not providing workers with minimum wage increases.

In January, the U.N. Committee Against Torture also filed a complaint against the state, citing the labor law and its impact on labor relations.

The labor groups are arguing that the Labor Fair Labor Act is a constitutional requirement and not a private right.

The Chicago Labor Fair, scheduled for Saturday, was set to draw more than 400,000 attendees, with hundreds of thousands of dollars in proceeds going to charity, including a scholarship fund for the children of former Illinois Gov.

Rod Blagojevich.

The event was also expected to be a major draw for the fair’s other sponsors, including Nike, Gap, and Macy’s.

In recent years, the festival brought in thousands of high school and college students and others in the community to showcase the state’s best fashion and beauty.

The festival is held every year in April.