Supreme may be heading back to court yet again after a company sues them for allegedly stealing their camo print!
Fashion retailer Supreme has been hit with a lawsuit from ASAT Outdoors based in Montana for alleged using a copyright-protected print.
ASAT Outdoors says that Supreme used their “Tribal Camouflage” pattern to use on one of their more expensive jackets, pants and hats without their permission.
According to “The Fashion Law”, they shared a copy of the complaint which said;
“According to the complaint that ASAT Outdoors LLC filed in a New York federal court this week, Supreme’s corporate entity Chapter 4 Corp. is on the hook for copyright infringement for its “unauthorized reproduction and public display” of a copyright-protected camo design that is “owned and registered by” Stevensville, Montana-based ASAT.”
A picture was also posted showing the similarities in the prints which actually look to be the same!
ASAT is seeking any profits that Supreme made from the sale of the “Tribal Camouflage” or “statutory damages up to $150,000 per work infringed for [Supreme’s] willful infringement of the design,” whichever is greater, according to The Fashion Law.
Take a look at the images below and let us know what you think!
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