By: Lucy Moon
It seems Kylie and Kendall Jenner can do no wrong in the fashion world. With fashion designer pals aplenty, lucrative modelling contracts under their belt and fronting the covers of fashion magazines world wide, they’re a fashion force to be reackoned with…
But now their style status may all come crashing down, after the stylish sisters are allegedly being sued over their PacSun clothing line.
Kim Kardashian’s younger sisters are said to have been hit with a lawsuit after they allegedly copied Island Company’s trademarked logo. Oh girls…
Yep, the famous siblings are apparently being sister-sued by the resort wear label for copying it’s phrase, “Quit your job. Buy a ticket. Get a tan. Fall in love. Never return.”, which it has used since 2005. Island Company are claiming that Kylie and Kendall’s Pacsun collection has copied the phrase in their collection, featuring tees with the slogan “Run away. Fall in love. Never return.’. Hmmm, pretty similar, right? The label believes that this could cause ‘confusion and deception among customers’
The young siblings began collaborating with PacSun in 2012 and their range has gone from strengh to strength, gaining a major fashion following. They’re showing no signs of slowing down after they unvieled their summer collection back in July.
The girls don’t seem to miffed by the alleged lawsuit, after they spent the weekend celebrating with the Kardashian clan at big sister Kim’s PJ themed baby shower.
Whatever happens, we’re sure the Jenner ladies will manage to stay stylish throughout. We’re already imagining the courtroom get-ups!