WeWoreWhat founder Danielle Bernstein , an influencer best known for contracting covid-19 after partying mask-less in the Hamptons, is apparently screwing over yet another small business
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TODAY, Bernstein addressed the lawsuit in a now-expired Instagram Story, writing, “A few days ago their attorney contacted us, sharing a lawsuit he intended to file this week in an attempt to push us to settle a meritless claim that we now, begrudgingly, have to fight. I want to clarify that I am ABSOLUTELY NOT seeking financial gain, what we are doing is simply asking the courts to confirm that we did not infringe on an alleged copyright.” She added that her print “was conceptualized and hand-drawn by my team at the end of 2018 and launched in January 2020,” and that “the collection was already two seasons old and had been out in the market for months by the time their claim was made. As we all know, over the last few years, female line drawings have been a market trend. A quick Google search reveals wallpaper, shirts, bathing suits, yoga mats, and even tattoos, and it is clear everyone has had Matisse on their minds, including ShopWeWoreWhat. I personally own several female silhouette decor pieces which served as inspiration, as the theme of this collection was Home.”
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