Chloe successfully wins trademark infringement against Top Shop

Topshop has destroyed hundreds of dresses after an exclusive French fashion house claimed they were near-identical copies of one of its far more expensive items. The high street chain has pulled all of its stocks - almost 2,000 dresses - of the £35 yellow mini dungaree dress from the rails after Chloé alleged it was unfairly similar to the £185 number in its See collection. Topshop, part of Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia group, settled the claim without admitting the Seventies-style dress was a rip-off of the Chloé design but paid the company £12,000 in compensation and legal costs.The dress can still be viewed on Topshop’s website but all sizes were listed as “out of stock Topshop had sold 774

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