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C. Wonder is the brainchild of Tory Burch‘s ex-husband, Chris. As such, his company sells apparel and homegoods that some say resemble Burch’s wares, even if he doesn’t think so. In the latest edition of This Thing That Looks Like That Thing, C. Wonder is accused of copying an elephant and balloon image by Bulgarian artist Zlatka Pirin Paneva, and slapping it onto its own line of homegoods.
The fashion world is abuzz with legal matters today! Gucci has been involved in its fair share lately, but this one’s pretty bizarre: Gucci just won a copyright infringement lawsuit against a member of the Gucci family.
Last November, Selita Ebanks was just hanging out with her boyfriend and BET host Terrence J at a Miami club when fisticuffs allegedly broke out between Ebanks and Telemundo model Liza Irizarry. Now, Irizarry is suing the Victoria’s Secret model for an undisclosed sum.
Last month, Beth Shak, the World Series Poker player with 1,200 pairs of shoes, was getting sued by her ex-husband, Daniel Shak, over her extensive designer footwear collection. On Tuesday, he suddenly dropped the suit, allowing Beth to keep her high-priced heels.
Louis Vuitton wasn’t happy about losing a lawsuit to Warner Bros. last month, and have now appealed the ruling.
While we expected Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise‘s divorce to be drawn out and messy, it’s already over!
Kate Spade has been slapped with a $1 million-plus lawsuit for allegedly copying the late designer Vera Neumann‘s designs.
Working for free may not be ideal, but in this day and age, it’s become a pretty standard way for students and recent grads to get their feet in the door. But one girl isn’t having any of it.
Just when we all thought the Gucci v. Guess copyright infringement case was over, there’s more news from the courtroom.
Remember when Louis Vuitton filed a lawsuit against Warner Brothers for using fake LV bags in The Hangover II? Well, they lost the case.
Former Abercrombie & Fitch employee Benjamine Bowers is suing the retailer for $1 million. Bowers alleges that he had to masturbate for a photo shoot last June.
The only thing worse than someone counterfeiting Hermès bags is someone counterfeiting Hermès bags with the help of Hermès’s own employees.
Earlier this week, Christian Louboutin lost a lawsuit to Zara, and was ordered to pay (a paltry) $3,600. The company didn’t have much to say about the loss, but have now released an official statement on the matter.
As much as SNL likes to poke fun at The Real Housewives, this story is not a laughing matter. (Okay, it kind of is.)
Christian Louboutin has lost a counterfeit lawsuit against Zara, and has been ordered to pay €2,500, or $3,600 to the high-street retailer.
On Monday, Andres Santo Domingo — as in Lauren Santo Domingo‘s husband and heir to Colombia’s biggest beer company — pled guilty to a hit-and-run incident that occurred in March of last year. His victim is still suing in civil court for $100 million.
New York-based design firm Hudson + Broad filed a $40 million lawsuit against J.C. Penney last month for allegedly breaching a contract. Now, the retailer is asking Manhattan’s U.S. District Court to dismiss the case.
Gucci won its copyright lawsuit against Guess on Monday, but the Italian fashion house is still pretty pissed about the whole situation.