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Designer vs High Street: Mansur Gavriel vs Forever 21

For the last few weeks I’ve been covering the high street’s sometimes-imitation-sometimes-rip-off of designer pieces, and most of the time there’s enough of a difference between the two for reasonable doubt to be applied in terms of copyright. 99 more words

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Designer vs High Street: Chanel vs Zara (again!)

Dear, oh dear, oh dear! Zara, the high street brand known for interpreting designer pieces and selling them on the high street are at it again when it comes to producing knock-off pieces of designer collections. 112 more words


Designer vs High Street: Chanel vs Zara

You know it’s not just the lower end of the high street stores that love ripping off designer pieces. Zara makes most of its money imitating the designer collections with an emphasis on higher quality than you would get in say Forever 21 or the others. 100 more words


Designer vs High Street: Nasty Gal vs Céline

This week’s ‘Designer vs High Street’ post features American brand Nasty Gal and French über-chic luxury brand Céline. Both have a single earring they’re selling in their stores, both look ridiculously similar but only one is a copyright original. 83 more words

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HAUTE/HIGH: Designer or high street, how to jazz up your joggers

Jazzy joggers. Who would have thought it. Out of the gym and into the wardrobes of ladies who vlog, blog, tweet and eat at pose-for-an-instagram-picture type of lunches the world over. 143 more words


Designer vs High Street; Sophia Webster for J Crew and Primark

Hello world,

Who knew Primark was so fashion forward? Now they’re pretty fashionable, and I quite like a lot of their stuff, but they’ve never really been in the business of being fashion-forward. 164 more words

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