SANTA ANA, Calif. — Lawyers for Trovata and Forever 21 gave impassioned closing arguments Thursday to a federal jury that will determine whether the cheap chic retailer knowingly copied Trovata’s designs.
“This is about a lot more than buttons and threads,” Frank Colucci, who is representing Trovata, told the jury of six men and two women in U.S. District Court here. “It’s about how an array of unique elements is combined to embody the ‘twisted preppy’ look for which Trovata is known and praised.”
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