Kim Kardashian West Reacts To Diet Prada's Accusations Of Design Stealing

The fashion vigilantes are at it again

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The Kardashian-Jenner family are no strangers to imitation accusations. Be it other races' cultural aesthetics, other clothing lines, or even other people's images, the Klan's outputs are always under intense scrutiny.

And the second-eldest, Kim Kardashian West, is not immune to these criticisms. Her advert for her newest make-up drop, the Ultralight Beam collection of highlighters and glosses, was flagged by many as being similar to Beyoncé's 2013 Flaunt magazine cover.

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Ever the whistleblowers, fashion Instagram account Diet Prada were quick to the draw when Kim revealed the latest drop for her children's clothing line Kids Supply. They noticed that a couple of pieces from the collection were reminiscent of other designer pieces, some of which had been previously worn by Kim's own offspring, North and Saint. Namely a Commes des Garçons jacket and a Vetements dress.

Never to be caught on the back foot, Kim and her people were ready with a response. According to the Cut, a spokesperson explained, 'We decided to release the Demna dress after making one on our own for North because it got such a great reaction and an overflow of people wanting it for their own children. We named it the Demna dress to pay homage to him as it was one of Kim and North's favourite mommy and me moments.'

Kim backed this up in an Insta story and on the Kids Supply Instagram.

Kim insisted that these remade pieces are named after the original designers as an homage and that the proceeds to the sale of the dress and jacket will be going to charity.

Diet Prada were typically sceptical of the move, calling it a 'clean up'.

Though, they kept things lighthearted by putting out a fake Vetements campaign meme.

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