Prada Harrassment Suit Dropped

Back in 2012, a Prada store manager in Tokyo filed a suit against the luxury label for harrassment. The manager, Rina Bovrisse, claimed superiors harrassed and discriminated against her because of her appearance, and even made her fire other employees who mangagement deemed were "unattractive or overweight." Well, a Tokyo court has now tossed out the case, according to WWD.
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Back in 2012, a Prada store manager in Tokyo filed a suit against the luxury label for harrassment. The manager, Rina Bovrisse, claimed superiors harrassed and discriminated against her because of her appearance, and even made her fire other employees who mangagement deemed were "unattractive or overweight." Well, a Tokyo court has now tossed out the case, according to WWD.
Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

Back in 2012, a Prada store manager in Tokyo filed a suit against the luxury label for harrassment. The manager, Rina Bovrisse, claimed superiors harrassed and discriminated against her because of her appearance, and even made her fire other employees who mangagement deemed were "unattractive or overweight." Well, a Tokyo court has now tossed out the case, according to WWD.

Bovrisse's reps said she is "frustrated" and looking into an appeal, but obviously Prada is happy with the outcome. They told the trade that the court's decision "eliminates any possible doubt."

Perhaps the Japanese court were swayed by Prada's spring 2013 collection, which was an homage to Japanese sartorial elements like geta shoes. (We kid, we kid!)