Swedish fashion brand H&M is suing Chinese fast fashion giant Shein. The statement says that the cause was the repeated violation of copyright. WWD reports.
“Shein clothes bear a striking resemblance to H&M products and must have been copied. We have ongoing legal proceedings,” the brand’s lawsuit says.
The company is not yet to comment in more detail. All because “the case is still ongoing.” Shein also refrains from commenting.
Previously, H&M pulled Justin Bieber from selling merchandise after criticism of the performer. The musician called the brand’s products garbage with his image on social networks. We talk about it here.