The story began on 19 July 2016 when the Los Angeles-based designer Tuesday Bassen uploaded an astounding image on Instagram that compared her designs to nearly identical Zara products, stating that the major fashion label Zara had been stealing her designs “over the past year”.
Included in the image is a snippet of a letter from Zara’s parent organization Inditex that dismissed her claims, citing that the “lack of distinctiveness of [Bassen]’s purported designs makes it very hard to see how a significant part of the population anywhere in the world would associate the signs with Tuesday Bassen”. [more…]
— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 23, 2016
Global entertainment media company A+E Networks has appointed Arena Media to handle its UK media account. The agency won the multi-million-pound business after a competitive pitch, following the end of A+E Networks’ contract with Goodstuff Communications.
Sunderland set to swoop for David Moyes as Sam Allardyce's replacement https://t.co/NzROHu0Un5
— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 21, 2016
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