Maybe it's the Fashion Week anticipation, but you guys have been sending us tons of copyright infringements, and most of them are dead-on. For instance, take reader Jalouse, who keenly spotted Fred Flare ripping off a Jeremy Scott runway design, as stomped down the runway by Jessica Miller and later appropriated by Agyness Deyn in a series of backstage-in-Paris photographs. That was about the same time that The Times' Ruth LaFerla called Agyness a "tasty tastemaker of the runway." We suppose one could say the same of Jeremy Scott, especially with his fabulous fast-food prints, but somehow, we doubt even Jeremy could have imagined the knock-offs some clever hamburger hoodies could inspire. The Fred Flare bag sells for $25, which seems really expensive for what it is. Jeremy's hoodie is from a few seasons ago, but you might be able to find it in a thrift store, on eBay, or by raiding Cory Kennedy's laundry hamper.
Maybe it's the Fashion Week anticipation, but you guys have been sending us tons of copyright infringements, and most of them are dead-on. For instanc