Adventures In Copyright: Material Girl? More Like Stolen Material

This one is so close I had trouble telling which image was which for a good ten minutes. One clever tipster, upon seeing a piece from Madonna's new line for Macy's, pointed out that the "Material Girl" line blatantly rips off a design from Ronny Kobo's work for Torn. I mean, it's identical--the pattern, the cut of the top, and even the arrangement of the embellishments. There's nothing "Borderline" about it-- Madonna's been a "Bad Girl." What's your take?
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This one is so close I had trouble telling which image was which for a good ten minutes. One clever tipster, upon seeing a piece from Madonna's new line for Macy's, pointed out that the "Material Girl" line blatantly rips off a design from Ronny Kobo's work for Torn. I mean, it's identical--the pattern, the cut of the top, and even the arrangement of the embellishments. There's nothing "Borderline" about it-- Madonna's been a "Bad Girl." What's your take?
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This one is so close I had trouble telling which image was which for a good ten minutes. One clever tipster, upon seeing a piece from Madonna's new line for Macy's, pointed out that the "Material Girl" line blatantly rips off a design from Ronny Kobo's work for Torn.

I mean, it's identical--the pattern, the cut of the top, and even the arrangement of the embellishments. There's nothing "Borderline" about it-- Madonna's been a "Bad Girl." What's your take?