The fashion company Ariana Grande has sued for the same model



US pop star Ariana Grande has accused Forever 21 of the fashion retailer for using her trademark style to promote her products without permission, including ads with an "identical look".

The Grande is seeking $ 10 million and its online cosmetics company, Riley Rose, has been campaigning since last year with a striking resemblance to its music videos.

A lawsuit was filed in a Los Angeles court on Monday that the campaign had misled consumers into believing Grande was targeting the youth of Forever 21.

"A single social media post by Ms. Grande can charge hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees, and her long-term approval arrangements command fees in the millions of dollars," he said.

Grande has 163 million Instagram followers, becoming a woman who has continued to share photos and videos on social media.

The images on the Forever 21 Instagram account mentioned in the lawsuit showed a pattern of camouflage clothing and pink socks and pink boots in the Grande "7 Rings" music video.

The image was taken from the company's social media accounts.

A Forever 21 statement denied the allegations, claiming that the fashion company has been working with an authorized company "Grande."

"We look forward to meeting a mutually acceptable resolution and continuing to work together in the future," he adds.

Bloomberg News reported last week that it was preparing to file Forever 21 bankruptcy.

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