Pop Superstar Beyoncé has been accused of copying the design for a pair of leggings which was featured in her fashion brand's latest collection. Already having caused a stir when she was shot for the campaign—topless with short blonde hair, shredded leggings, high heels and a fake tattoo on her back, she wore nothing but that and a pair of tight black trousers covered in silver studs.
Huffington Post reports: “Icelandic fashion brand E-label claims that Beyonce has ripped off one of its legging designs for her new Dereon collection, the Daily Mail reports. E-label co-owner Helba Hallgrimsdottir told the Mail that the singer and designer bought a pair of her leggings in London's Topshop last November.”
“When she saw Beyonce's leggings for Dereon, Hallgrimsdottir "didn't twig straight away that this was her own label: I just thought she was wearing our leggings. It is practically just copy-paste." E-label hasn't decided whether to pursue legal action. The design isn't copyrighted.”
Credits to: Huffington Post.