LONDON — Three people allegedly involved in the sale of fake punk-era Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren clothing, as well as counterfeit Banksy artwork, will appear before a London court on Aug. 18, charged with money laundering and fraud offences.
The three people are alleged to have manufactured and sold clothing, claiming it had been made by McLaren and Westwood in the Seventies, when the punk designers ran their King’s Road boutique, Sex, which was later renamed Seditionaries.
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