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JEREMY SCOTT’S BARBIE WORLD FOR MOSCHINO – ARTIST THEFT AGAIN ?

Why can’t high fashion designers just pay the artists for the licensing? Why not a collaboration instead of ripping them off?

NAKID MAGAZINE - 2017

MoschinoNikki Lipstick brand on left, Jeremy Scott’s creative direction on right 

Jeremy Scott has come under fire for stealing artist’s work ever since he came on the scene, I remember in one of his first shows he styled the models to exactly resemble a well-known club kid in NYC. She put up a fight and the Internet listened. Then in 2013 Jeremy came under fire again for his Fall/Winter line where he admittedly stole images from artist Jimbo Phillips out of Santa Cruz. After a lengthy court trial Jeremy publicly admitted his wrong doings and pulled the pieces that featured the legendary illustrator’s work from his line immediately.

jimbooJimbo Phillip’s illustrations above Jeremy Scott’s F/W13 line

Now it seems to be happening all over again with an independent designer from LA named Nikki Lipstick. Nikki came out with a new line titled BABELAND, which uses the iconic Barbie font in…

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