Just days after sleuthing bloggers spotted Prabal lookalikes at Primark and Alexander McQueen replicas by (of all people) Snooki, we've got more (potential) plagiarizing on our hands.
The Fashion Law spotted some new spring dresses over at Rare Fashion, a UK fashion brand that turns out seasonal trends for cheap. A top trend for Spring 2012? Scuba as inspired by Michael Kors' Resort 2012 runway, which Rare shows on its website.
What gets tricky, then, is when Rare suggests that you purchase a dress that looks nearly identical to a Michael Kors Resort 2012 dress. Same goes for an orange and navy frock that could easily be mistaken for a Victoria Beckham Spring 2012 creation.
As the Fashion Law notes regarding the Beckham dress, "While this seems like just a borrowing of colors (which are inherently available to all designers to use), this is a particularly dangerous example of fashion design piracy." As for the Kors-like design, where Rare has changed the color, it's the shape that seems most similar.
Check out the looks below, from the runway and red carpet -- do you think either is a case of fashion plagiarism?