A legal source close to the case claims that Meghan Markle's past shoots are proof that the royals are “happy with sexy photos.”
The student's lawsuit says the ban on shirts promoting gun rights is a violation of his right to free speech.
The student says she was dismissed and unable to renew her athletic scholarship after her coach told her to take down photos that she deemed "too sexy."
Two men who ordered programs for their September wedding from a popular printing company but instead received a boxful of anti-gay pamphlets warning, “Satan entices your flesh with evil desires,” have filed a lawsuit.
If the claims are true, ad exec Alexis Berger was fired for acting just like her male colleagues. An arbitrator has filed to award her over $40 million in damages.
Like many other fast-fashion giants, Forever 21 is regularly accused of ripping off independent designers. The latest to accuse the retailer of producing lookalike pieces? Alice Saunders of Massachusetts-based tote bag and carryall company Forestbound.
After hearing from disgruntled customers that its leggings rip easily, clothing retailer LulaRoe is now facing legal action. Two of those customers recently filed a lawsuit in the northern district of California accusing the company of knowingly selling and marketing defective leggings, according to the Consumerist. The plaintiffs, Julie Dean and Suzanne Jones, allege that the company has improperly advertised the quality of its leggings — and even ignored customer complaints pertaining to issues with the pants.
Ivanka Trump may have publicly disassociated herself from her clothing and accessories label by announcing a formal leave of absence in January — but some retailers feel the label is still profiting from her name and influence. A San Francisco-based retailer is suing the Ivanka Trump label. In the lawsuit, filed in San Francisco Superior Court on Thursday, the 40-year-old brand alleges the Trump clothing and accessories label has gained an unfair advantage “from Donald J. Trump being the President of the United States and from Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared, working for the President of the United States.” Yahoo Style has reached out to the Trump brand for comment and will update with any response.
Forever 21 recently filed a copyright infringement lawsuit. Forever 21 has been accused of ripping off other designers many times in the past — from big labels like Adidas and H&M to smaller individuals like Marta Freedman. Forever 21 claims that both C. Luce (parent company TCEC) and CornerStone Apparel, doing business as Papaya Clothing, copied one of its “original” designs, according to documents published on Monday.
Tiffany Trump and her older half-sister, Ivanka Trump, maintain a close bond, often spending time together and featuring each other on their Instagram channels. Like Ivanka, the 23-year-old University of Pennsylvania graduate has a great sense of style and loves to post images of her looks on her Instagram account. In her latest post, in which she poses in front of the Washington Monument with her half-brother Eric Trump, she wears a sleek navy coat, a bright blue scarf, and patriotic footwear.
An Edmonton woman is suing Lululemon Athletica Canada Inc. for $147, 193 because she says she suffered from a serious injury after being hit in the eye with a metal-tipped elastic drawstring on her jacket. The incident occurred when Patricia Beaulieu was shopping at a Costco store in Edmonton, Alberta, on July 19, 2009. — The use of elastic material for a cord that hangs near the wearer’s face.
A relaxer marketed as a product that would make hair “instantly thicker and fuller, reversing damage from day one,” has allegedly done just the opposite, according to two women who tried it and are now suing over scalp burns and hair loss.
In what’s shaping up to the be latest in a long line of alleged yoga-guru scandals, a woman has targeted popular New York City yoga studio Jivamukti with a $1.6 million sexual harassment lawsuit, saying it was “more akin to a cult.”