Diane von Furstenberg agreed to an out-of-court settlement Thursday with designers who accused her studio of improper copying.
The head of Diane von Furstenberg Studio LP, who also is president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and supports the proposed federal Design Piracy Prohibition Act, will pay Jennifer Halchuk and Richard Lyle of Mercy of Canada an undisclosed sum. DVF also will stop using the copied jacket design.
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