Adventures in Copyright: Nina Wedges In On Wang

Alexander Wang knows how to make an "it" shoe and these lust-worthy Alla leopard print peep-toe wedges sold out the minute they hit stores. They're still pretty hard to get a hold of. So Nina brand has created its own spin on the shoe called the "Yaneli." The shape is remarkably similar, right down to the extra lip at the heel. The prints, however, are clearly different. Nina's tight leopard print doesn't come close to matching the three different animal prints on Wang's wedges. Still, Nina's take on the shoe retails for $109 and Wang's for $650. Would you wear Nina's version?
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Alexander Wang knows how to make an "it" shoe and these lust-worthy Alla leopard print peep-toe wedges sold out the minute they hit stores. They're still pretty hard to get a hold of. So Nina brand has created its own spin on the shoe called the "Yaneli." The shape is remarkably similar, right down to the extra lip at the heel. The prints, however, are clearly different. Nina's tight leopard print doesn't come close to matching the three different animal prints on Wang's wedges. Still, Nina's take on the shoe retails for $109 and Wang's for $650. Would you wear Nina's version?
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Alexander Wang knows how to make an "it" shoe and these lust-worthy Alla leopard print peep-toe wedges sold out the minute they hit stores. They're still pretty hard to get a hold of. So Nina brand has created its own spin on the shoe called the "Yaneli." The shape is remarkably similar, right down to the extra lip at the heel. The prints, however, are clearly different. Nina's tight leopard print doesn't come close to matching the three different animal prints on Wang's wedges. Still, Nina's take on the shoe retails for $109 and Wang's for $650. Would you wear Nina's version?