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Fashion brand Chloe Kardashian again accused of plagiarism


The Kardashian family is no stranger to scandals. While Kendall Jenner comes after a failed advertising campaign, and Kim threatens physical violence to the former stepfather, Khloe Kardashian suffered another embarrassment. The reality show star and her brand of Good American accused of stealing other people’s ideas.


And he did it all the same American designer, destiny blue (Destiney Blue), which from time to time to sew some clothes for American stars. The girl noticed that she is releasing any outfit as Chloe and her designers produce exactly the same, and give her ideas for their. As an example, she retweeted the promotional video of the company Kardashian, and commented on it:
“If someone buys things on this site, it automatically becomes a client @dbleudazzled. Don’t brag about it on social networks, and don’t wear these things they copied!”
This time it was about a translucent bodysuit, decorated with rhinestones. Exactly the same and in fact advertises the company Good American. This “coincidence” so angered destiny that she posted her anger on 27(!) pages. Lawyers Chloe immediately responded to the claims of the young designer.
“Destiny blue wants to get their fifteen minutes of fame, smearing the name Kardashian. Claiming that Khloe Kardashian and her brand copies your design, you are engaged in slander. This is an outrageous lie! Besides you are using on your page pictures of Khloe Kardashian without proper permission. We believe that you simply want to draw attention to yourself and your brand.
We demand that he immediately remove the materials and bring a public apology to Khloe Kardashian, otherwise we are going to take legal measures to cleanse behalf of our client,” said lawyers for Chloe. In response, the lawyers Destini said that blue has the legal right to protect copyright, and, moreover, it is simply obliged to declare the dishonesty of the well-promoted brand.
“If Khloe Kardashian is going to continue to steal ideas from independent brands, will answer for it in court,” — say the advocates of destiny.

 

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