Last week, Khloe was accused of stealing ideas for her Good American clothing line, and now Kylie has found herself facing the same accusations.
Kylie's new line of camouflage clothing dropped earlier this week, and in addition to being called out for cultural appropriation, the line is also getting blasted for allegedly copying indie brand PluggedNYC's designs, Teen Vogue reports.
Here's where it gets even messier, though. PluggedNYC's Creative Director Tizita Balemlay revealed on Twitter that the company provided samples of their work to Kylie's team before Kylie's clothes were released, and even posted screenshots of the messages to prove it.
The company also posted side-by-side pics of PluggedNYC's looks and Kylie's collection, and anyone with eyes can see that the resemblance is uncanny.
"I am the influence *drops mic. Copy & Paste down to the shoes I used on my models," reads the caption.
The shoes too, though? It's not looking good for Kylie. Check it out.
Kylie's team has yet to comment, but PluggedNYC elaborated on their point of view in another Instagram post, writing, "Them: Did you invent Camo? Me: Nope, but I sure as hell brought it back to life and pushed the two piece Camo movement. I can't remember one brand that sold matching Camo two pieces that weren't generic tees with cargo for ladies before my brand, unless it was custom. But hey... money is power smh I started my brand with pennies funny how someone can just take a whole movement bc of how much money and power they have."
Take a look below.
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