Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe who has worked with stars and socialites alike just debuted her new clothing line. But news on the web suggest that there might be an imitation controversy regarding a particular piece from her new line.
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This is how the story goes:
Apparently, a white dress from her collection looks exactly the same as another dress that Rachel herself had used in a styling spread for Teen Vogue, all the way back to 2007. According to Rachel herself, she fell in love with the dress way back then and even bought the dress for herself. Fast-forward till today, the same dress made an appearance in her "new" clothing line, which she claimed, served as an inspiration piece for her entire collection.
I get that she is inspired by the vintage white dress, but why used it as an actual part of the clothing line? Doesn't that seemed a little pretentious, as if she wanted to take credit for that white dress?