Danielle Bernstein's brand wants a judge to declare that it did not infringe on The Great Eros's copyright.
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A month after Jenner wore two skin-tight dresses from the independent New York-based label, the fast-fashion retailer is selling almost identical versions.
Luci Wilden of Knots & Vibes finds the fast fashion brand's crochet dress too similar to her own.
The company in question is Brooklyn Lighthouse, an apparel retailer that appears to cater to hypebeasts under the age of 10.
Or, did the inspiration simply come from the Italian house's archives?
And, um, Fashionista is named in the lawsuit?
The British label is still fighting tirelessly to protect its signature.
And does Outdoor Voices have grounds for an infringement claim?
The model and actress launched her own swimwear line, Inamorata, earlier this month.
Retailer Teespring is selling its own versions for $22.99.
The NHL team wore the Flying Skate logo in question from 1985-1997.
Except Forever 21's version omitted the Swahili, Hebrew, Chinese and Arabic, making it even more questionable.
Designers Melissa Losada Bofill and Marcela Vélez are even exploring the possibility of a lawsuit for copyright infringement.
The fast fashion retailer seeks protection against a threat of trademark litigation from the Italian house.
A men's button-down from the French fashion house's Spring 2018 collection is nearly a carbon copy of the record label's version from 2000.
[DJ Khaled voice] Another one.
This comes just three weeks after the Italian house was accused of copying an iconic jacket by Harlem couturier Dapper Dan.
Congratulations, you played yourself.
Critiques and comparisons continue to make the rounds on social media.
The evidence is pretty damning.
This sounds pretty egregious.
It's a tale as old as time, unfortunately.