"Based on the similarities of the design, I believe the designer of the merch ripped off my company's logo", she wrote on July 24.
While it's been nearly a week since the Grammy victor dropped her album, folklore, one devoted Swiftie named Delphine is just getting a chance to listen to the singer's new music. "I'm sharing my narrative to deliver light into the tendency of big companies/celebrities copying the function of little minority-owned small business owners".
The new merchandise includes a cardigan with the same design as the one Swift wears in her music video for cardigan, one of the tracks on the new album. "I am not planning to allow this obvious theft go undetected".
"I commend Taylor's team for recognizing the damage the merchandise caused to my company".
While Swift has worked with Antonoff several times, the other two artists were new collaborations for her as she put her foot in the alt-rock and indie music world.
"Taylor's team took swift action to have "the" removed from all merchandise". Especially for women protecting their creative rights. Later, Rasool publicly thanked Swift for her response.
"AmiraI respect the work you are doing and I am delighted to make a donation to your business and also to encourage the Black at Fashion Council (starting on 8/3) using a contribution", she wrote in reaction to Rasool's tweet.
Swift's choice to shake off it and proper course stands compared to the manner that Girl A, previously called Lady Antebellum, managed a similar circumstance.
The country trio announced last month that it would be dropping "Antebellum" from its name because of the association with slavery and instead go by Lady A. But it turned out that blues singer Anita White has been performing under the name Lady A for decades.
To begin with, it seemed that the parties would be capable to sort items out.
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