Kate Middleton’s wedding day April 29 2011
The leadership of the House of Alexander McQueen responded to the accusations of the designer Christine Kendall. Last, we recall, argues that the design of the legendary wedding dress of Kate Middleton was stolen from her, although a wedding dress is known as the product owner, the creative Director of Alexander McQueen Sarah Burton.
Little-known British fashion designer from Hertfordshire has filed a lawsuit against fashion House Alexander McQueen, accusing him of plagiarism. As evidence, the artist has made their own sketches and a letter of thanks from Buckingham Palace, explaining that she’s on her own sent your design the wedding dress of the Duchess at Clarence house. Now Christine Kendall requires management brand compensation in the amount of 500 thousand pounds, nearly 725 thousand dollars.
Being confused with a lawsuit, Christine Kendall, the head of the brand called her accusations of plagiarism “complete nonsense”:
Sarah Burton never saw any of the sketches of Mrs. Kendall did not know very Ms. Kendall as long as she first contacted us after about 13 months after the wedding of the Dukes of Cambridge. We don’t know why MS Kendall raised this question, but we believe that it’s just ridiculous. These accusations are nonsense.
Wedding dress Kate Middleton
Kendall’s lawyer, however, insists on the legitimacy of the claims of Christine:
My client is sure that the dress design was copied from her.
However, he adds:
This is a complaint not against the Duchess. The designer has no claims to the Royal Palace.
The Duchess remains aloof from the conflict and refrains from commenting.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day April 29 2011