Cosmopolitan reports that independent designer Destiney Bleu has accused Khloe of copying her designs. According to Bleu, Khloe ordered items from her back in December — specifically one of everything — but never wore them. Instead, Bleu alleges, Kardashian had her team copy Bleu's bedazzling work and recreate it for Khloe's Good American clothing line.
Bleu called Khloe out on Twitter on Friday, after Khloe posted a campaign video featuring new designs.
"When someone buys 1 of everything on your site, has you make them custom @dbleudazzled work, never posts it or wears it, then copies it," she wrote.
Bleu, whose work has been worn by celebs like Beyonce and Lady Gaga, went on to explain that she has receipts (literally), and even posted photographic comparisons of her work and the new Good American designs.
Khloe's camp later released a statement to Cosmopolitan.
"Under no circumstances did Good American or Khloe Kardashian infringe on another brand's intellectual property," they wrote, and added that they are "going through the proper legal channels to handle the situation."
The Good American Jeans Instagram page also posted a series of photos featuring famous women wearing bedazzled body suits, calling them "inspo" and adding in one of the captions, "Important to know your fashion history. #nofrauds."
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