Ouch... Good one.. I should use this method..
Ha #getalibrarycard such a good burn
The prints never lie #fashionforensics
I ❤ you. #tellemsister
Haha good one
Hahaha super literal "inspiration" geeze...not cool Alice. Nor you Olivia
Oh shit! Busted @aliceandolivia
Damn good burn!!!!
@laureenal @feragarza Tooooma ya!
💩LICE & 🚫LIVIA
well this is what happens when people masquerade as designers 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩
Nice call. I love VC, but must say that I am taken aback that you are publicly calling out another designer for being "inspired" by your print, when the print in question is one that Vena Cava blatantly copied from a print on one of Lisa's dresses, as shown in her Elle feature: http://www.elle.com/_mobile/fashion/street-chic/wardrobe-chic-vena-cavas-lisa-mayock-339211#slide-1
One of her vintage dresses
Go vena cava!!!!
Nice job by fashionista.com on getting a response from Stacey Bendet (@aliceandolivis_). Neither can claim this as their 'original' design. Sadly, this Instagram post has caused more backlash on other social media platforms instead of support for you :(
Go vena cava!!!
@venacavaviva Not cool. I liked @aliceandolivia_ response.
@el7e @ya1ra ahaha
Lol. Never stab someone in the back when you might miss and get your own
This won't dampen my appreciation of your version of yellow irises on a black ground floral print, but I think it's stretching it to accuse A+O of being "copy cat." What next, are you going to copyright orange poppies on a white background, or pink roses on blue? Fashion recycles all the time, and you both took inspiration from existing prints. An iris, by any other name, still looks as sweet.
I love the SHADE! 🏄😍😍😂😂
It seems one more joined the copy party: http://www.sheinside.com/Yellow-Black-Floral-Pleated-Skirt-p-158480-cat-1732.html