It was one of the biggest modem moments of recent years. Kate Middleton stepped on her wedding day in a crazy wedding dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. From the side to the beautiful details on the skirt; Everyone was in love. But now, five years later, a designer wants to remedy this memory.
One Christine Kendall, a bridal designer from Hertfordshire, England, claims that Sarah Burton has stolen the design for Kate's wedding dress. The designer has filed a claim with the London Intellectual Property Enterprise Court. Her lawyer also told the Sunday Times:
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"Our client is sure that her company's design was wrongly copied. The claim is not against the duchess and there is no accusation of misconduct towards the palace. '
Alexander McQueen has responded in a press release to the accusation and does not call it 'complete nonsense'. That also seems to us, as Kate and Sarah worked closely with the design for months. The fashion house announces:
"We are stunned by this claim. Christine Kendall first contacted us four years ago, and we already made it clear to her that it was nonsense that she suggested that Sarah Burton's design was copied from her. Sarah Burton has the designs or sketches of Ms. Kendall never seen and did not even know the existence of Ms. Kendall until she contacted us, 13 months after the wedding. We do not know why Ms. Kendall makes this claim again, but there are no ifs, buts or maybes here: the claim is ridiculous. '
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