- An independent designer is accusing Khloé Kardashian of copying her work.
- Designer Destiney Bleu, who specializes in bedazzling work, says the KUWTK star first ordered items from her in December.
- Destiney believed Khloé would be wearing the items herself, but never did. Instead, she says, the reality star had her team copy them for her Good American clothing line.
- Destiney says she’s now “lawyered up” saying Khloé did not “infringe on another brand’s intellectual property.”
- In a tweet posted Friday, Khloé celebrated some of her Good American looks. She posted a star-studded video of various famous women sporting her apparel with the caption, “I always have the BEST time on set with my #GOODSQUAD! How many beautiful, kickass ladies can you spot in my @goodamerican campaign video?”
However, not everyone was thrilled about the post.
In response, designer Destiney Bleu, the woman behind dbleudazzled, which specializes in custom crystallized lingerie and swimwear, re-tweeted Khloé, along with the caption, “When someone buys 1 of everything on your site, has you make them custom @dbleudazzled work, never posts it or wears it, then copies it.”