The similarity between the work of Chicago-based designer Stevie Koerner, aka imakeshinythings, and a recently-launched line of jewelry from Urban Outfitters, appears too close to be an accident. This is not the first time the fashion chain has been accused of ripping off indie designers.
Above: Urban Outfitters' line at left, Stevie Koerner's at right.
More on Stevie's blog.
(via Submitterator, thanks Jack Crosby)
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