Thanks to a bad Chinese translation.
The studio argues using counterfeit Vuitton luggage helped develop a plot point.
The Irish fast-fashion chain dared to make purple dresses, too.
The company that makes them sketches the gowns as they walk the carpet, and gets them in stores within six to eight weeks of the award show.
For being forced to work without pay or meal breaks.
Fittingly, the bust was called "Operation Holiday Hoax."
The Louis Vuitton luggage used in the movie wasn't real.
And Chanel launched a website for kids.
The British press finds this odd.
Also, Katie Holmes wears red leather on the new cover of 'Marie Claire'.
You knew this was coming.
But he doesn't think it's really her fault, since she's "so far removed" from the design process.
Artist Luis Gispert photographs the weird and wonderful underbelly of the knockoff world.
Also, the Barneys Warehouse Sale is ... still expensive.
Forever 21 plays the blame game.
Six of Bourdain's favorite things, for our consumption.
Are you really that surprised, though?
Also, Goldman Sachs.
He was trying to advance the Innovative Design Protection and Piracy Prevention Act.
They allegedly copied a textile design from a small indie label.