Kylie and Kendall Jenner’s Companies Sued Over Lacy Lingerie Design
Kylie Jenner’s undies might be hot sellers, but they’re also a ripoff according to a company claiming she and her sister, Kendall, stole its lace design for their lingerie line.
The Jenner sisters just got a lawsuit filed by Klauber Bros Inc. which designs 2-dimensional artwork for purpose of lace production. Klauber says it made a couple of very specific lace designs. So specific, it even has copyrights on them.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Kylie Thong Panties uses one of Klauber’s lace patterns on its waistband.
In the suit, Klauber says the sisters’ companies are cashing in on its copyrighted designs by hawking their sexy wares in Nordstrom and on Kylie Shop, her online store and without permission.
Klauber is also suing to get ALL the profits KJ and KJ have netted off any designs using its lace.
According to Complex, this isn’t the only time the siblings have come under fire for their fashion endeavors. In 2017, photographer Michael Miller filed a lawsuit against the sisters, claiming they illegally used his 2Pac photographs on their graphic tees.
Two years earlier, resort lifestyle retailer Island Company sued the Jenners for allegedly ripping off their trademarked logo. T-shirts from the sisters nabbed certain lines from a company design that read “Quit your job. Buy a ticket. Get a tan. Fall in love. Never return.”
Kylie and Kendall offered up a T-shirt that read “Runaway”. Fall in love. Never return.”
The duo are yet to reply to the press regarding the accusations.