Kendall and Kylie Jenner may have to defend their designs in court. According to a report by TMZ, the designing duo's underwear is coming under fire after Klauber Bros., Inc., which designs two-dimensional patterns such as lace, claimed that the sisters copied its designs for their eponymous line of lingerie.
TMZ published side-by-side photos that show the designs and their apparent similarities. The site has two examples, including the lace trim on a pair of bikini-style panties and another larger lace design on a nightgown. Both pieces are part of the Kylie + Kendall label.
In the case, Klauber Bros., Inc. notes that the Kylie + Kendall goods are available at Nordstrom and on Kylie Shop, the youngest Jenner's merch website. Klauber Bros., Inc. is seeking all the profits from the sale of certain Kylie + Kendall designs that infringe on their own styles.
Complex adds that this isn't the only time the siblings have come under fire for their fashion endeavors. "Back in 2017, photographer Michael Miller filed a lawsuit against the sisters, claiming they illegally used his 2Pac photographs on their graphic tees," the site writes. "Two years earlier, resort lifestyle retailer Island Company sued the Jenners for allegedly ripping off their trademarked logo." T-shirts from the sisters nabbed certain lines from a company design that read "Quit your job. Buy a ticket. Get a tan. Fall in love. Never return." Kylie + Kendall offered up a T-shirt that read "Run away. Fall in love. Never return."
InStyle has reached out to Klauber Bros., Inc. and Kylie + Kendall for further information.