Off-White’s popularity keeps growing — and so does the number of its imitators.
Virgil Abloh’s five-year-old luxury streetwear brand is going after 161 merchants operating on Wish.com, an e-commerce platform in the vein of Amazon, for allegedly selling counterfeit merchandise originating from China making use of its trademarked stripe and arrow designs, as well as the Off-White name, according to a lawsuit in New York federal court unsealed last week.
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“As long as [companies] are peopled by humans, there’s always that opportunity [for authenticity.] When that doesn’t happen, it’ll hurt your [brand],” he says. “We’re human beings. Human meaning flesh, being meaning spirit. As long as we have that, there is the opportunity for growth and elevation.” — Pharrell Williams, WWD Original.
The Paris men’s calendar just gained another heavy hitter: Celine will stage a show in January, mere months after creative director Hedi Slimane launched its men’s wear division during a coed show on Sept. 28. 📸: @thekateowen
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