The items in question are pieces from Marc by Marc Jacobs’s autumn/winter 2014 collection that feature four stripes down each sleeve, reports The Fashion Law, although they don’t appear to be items seen on the catwalk. Adidas claims that the pieces trade on its signature three-stripe motif, and that the Marc Jacobs-owned label “intentionally adopted and used confusingly similar imitations of the three-stripe mark knowing that they would mislead and deceive consumers into believing that the apparel was produced, authorised, or licensed by Adidas, or that the apparel originated from Adidas.”


Story: Vogue
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