Adventures in Copyright: Target Does DVF

Since Diane Von Furstenberg spearheaded the war against Forever 21's compulsive copying, they've backed off using her unmistakable prints. So Target's
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Since Diane Von Furstenberg spearheaded the war against Forever 21's compulsive copying, they've backed off using her unmistakable prints. So Target's
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Since Diane Von Furstenberg spearheaded the war against Forever 21's compulsive copying, they've backed off using her unmistakable prints. So Target's picked up the tradition and ripped her off instead. They're clearly not concerned with subtly since they even used the print on a wrap dress, Diane's classic shape. The beige and navy blue leopard print is from Diane's Spring '07 line. She used it everywhere, from bathing suits to dresses to scarves, and on an identical wrap dress that's nowhere to be found online. We don't know many people who will wear an entire dress of magnified leopard print, but if you're one of them, a) we admire your courage and b) we hope you sprung for the subtler DVF version. Is Target the next victim of Diane's wrath?