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Rohit Bal, whose designs are appreciated globally, has blamed a Chandni Chowk boutique Asian Couture for “blatant plagiarism”. The ace engineer says a opening has been offered his ‘copies’ for a while.
“Here is another instance of blatant piracy that has been carrying on for a while. A code called Asian Couture has been doing this for some time now. The misfortune partial is that they only don’t care,” Bal posted on his Facebook page along with a few photographs comparing his designs with a boutique’s offerings.
“I’ve attempted my best to stop them though zero has worked. These are a arrange of establishments that need to be targeted. Am posting a few examples. They even gave a insolence to put their name on a images when they publicize them.
“It’s tummy slashing and annoying and unequivocally cuts into my business. But they have been doing it blatantly and but any clarity of shame. Despicable parasites,” he added.
Located during Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, Asian Couture is famous for spousal clothes.
Before this, Bal also took on engineer Seema Mehta for one of her creations that had a similarity to his Summer/ Resort 2016 collection. After removing to know about a pattern ragged by one of models on Facebook, Bal posted: “The orginal by Rohit Bal, a feign by some blood-sucking designer.”