Wednesday 23, Sep 2020, Delhi (India)
Victoria Secret, the lingerie giant, celebrated for setting the latest fashion, is yet again in the fashion news, but this time for being accused of stealing designs from other companies. The brand known for acing the latest fashion is being called out for targeting black-owned businesses in particular.
Revelations And Details!
Hard to believe, but it’s not for the first time that Victoria Secret is in the fashion news for being accused of stealing or copying designs. In the year 2019, the brand known for setting the latest fashion– Victoria Secret, was caught by self-appointed fashion monitoring body Diet Prada. Last year Diet Prada unveiled that some of Victoria Secret’s designs glanced notably identical to ones by Fleur du Mal. Later it was revealed that an associate buyer for Victoria Secret had purchased Fleur du Mal’s lingerie before the copying came out.
It is 2020, but things are still similar in the case of the lingerie giant. Victoria Secret is yet again in the fashion news, debuting the latest fashion lingerie collection that is approximately similar to the collection by the British brand Edge o’ Beyond.
All this got highlighted in the latest fashion news when Diet Prada said that Victoria Secret is at it again. Diet Prada disclosed that a high-ranking employee of Victoria Secret bought those very Edge o’ Beyond pieces, and seemingly planning to do the same with the brand d.bleu.dazzled, a brand worn by Beyonce.
Diet Prada’s Post!
Diet Prada, the self-appointed fashion monitoring body, once again revealed the reality and plagiarism of the fashion industry. The self-appointed fashion monitoring body whose two million followers include A-listers like Naomi Campbell, Paris Hilton, and the model Alek Wek, accuses of stealing and copying in fashion seem increasingly come to the forefront. The latest fashion news is Diet Prada’s recent post wherein, the lingerie giant Victoria Secret, is accused of selling designs with “distinct signature elements from black-owned lingerie brand- Edge O’ Beyond.”
In the Instagram post, Diet Prada wrote- ‘Troubled lingerie retailer and repeat offender @victoriassecret refuses to just go out of business in peace,’
Apart from this, the self-appointed fashion monitoring body, Diet Prada, also revealed that Destiney Bleu, founder and designer of LA-based d.bleu.dazzled, said she also found orders for her lingerie by a customer with the same name as Victoria’s Secret VP of design. The order also had a billing address that related the Victoria Secret’s headquarters.