Don’t get your panties in a twist, however Kendall and Kylie Jenner‘s lingerie may land them in courtroom.
The well-known sisters have been slapped with a lawsuit by Klauber Bros, Inc., an organization that creates unique lace designs to be used in underwear and different clothes. It claims that Kylie, 22, and Kendall, 24, used two copyrighted kinds on the waistband of a Kylie Store thong and a Kendall + Kylie slip gown.
Within the lawsuit, filed in California on Wednesday, Klauber Bros, Inc. included pictures of the Jenner-created items in query alongside pictures of its lace, claiming that the side-by-side photographs “[make] obvious that the weather, composition, association, format, and look of the designs at problem are considerably comparable.”
The lace firm is looking for all income from gross sales of the 2 kinds.
This isn’t the primary time Kendall and Kylie’s clothes designs have landed them in scorching water. In 2015, the pair was sued by Island Firm for allegedly stealing the model’s trademarked brand — “Stop your job. Purchase a ticket. Get a tan. Fall in love. By no means return” — to be used on T-shirts for his or her assortment with PacSun. (The Jenners’ model merely learn, “Run away. Fall in love. By no means return.”)
Two years later, photographer Michael Miller filed a lawsuit towards the siblings, claiming that they used his pictures of late rapper Tupac Shakur on their Kendall + Kylie graphic tees with out looking for permission. The mom of fellow music legend Biggie Smalls, who was featured on a shirt from the identical much-maligned assortment, additionally claimed that her son’s property was by no means contacted about utilizing his likeness.
A rep for Kylie Jenner declined to remark, and PR for Kendall + Kylie didn’t instantly reply to Web page Six Type’s request for remark.