Uff... que @billieeilish ande tan involucrada en la moda ya le trajo el primer dolor de cabeza, pues la marca @siberiahills, con quienes iba a colaborar en una colección de ropa, aceptó haber plagiado los diseños de un artista japonés. Obvio, la artista ha cancelado esta colaboración, pero la molestia de los fans en internet está on fire. #RDCL#BillieEilish#SiberiaHills#MKurokawa
7 days ago
Billie Eilish verwijdert items uit haar webshop
Er was veel te doen rondom de merchandise die Billie Eilish uitbracht in samenwerking met Siberia Hills, een design bedrijf. De opdruk van de merchandise bleek gestolen te zijn van de bekende creator m_qurokawa (op twitter). Toen Billie hier lucht van kreeg heeft zij en haar team gelijk de items uit de webshop gehaald. Siberia Hills boden hun excuses aan, aan de originele artwork creator en Billie. “Billie and her team were not aware that we used your art. “To
Billie, and her fans, we apologize for causing this issue.” Maar er is ook goed nieuws. Billie Eilish heeft gister een video gereleased van haar track ‘I Love You’ live in het ‘Greek Theatre’. Swipe ⬅ voor de beelden!
Welke merch van Billie zouden jullie nog graag willen hebben en welk nummer van haar is jullie favoriet?💛👇🏼
7 days ago
@billieeilish has cancelled her collaboration with @siberiahills after the collection was accused of copying fan artist Makoto Kurokawa’s artwork without permission. Read the company’s official statement on hypebae.com.
Billie Eilish’s clothing line cancelled after designer admits to copying someone else’s work. Billie was not aware that the designs for her clothing line were stolen and when it became apparent she cancelled the entire thing. Siberia Hills which was the name of the fashion brand released a statement on social media to apologise and to defend Billie who they claim was unaware of what was really going on. The statement read, “To the talented artist Mr. M_Qurokawa, we apologise for taking from your artwork for our merchandise collaboration with Billie Eilish. Billie and her team were not aware we used your art, they just believed in the product. We were the creative force behind this collaboration. To Billie, and her fans, we apologise for causing this issue. These items will not be released. To those who already purchased, you will be refunded. Siberia Hills.” Last week Billie announced the collaboration and now this week all her fashion plans have been ruined following the copying of another designer.
1 week ago
【GCDS】The iconic GCDS Band sweaters and hoodies, now restocked in limited numbers in store, together with the FW19 deliveries. Exclusive to @ocd_sg in Singapore.
1 week ago
So, last week #SiberiaHills announced their collaboration with singer, #BillieEilish. But little did we know, Billie Eilish has canceled the collaboration, after the pieces were accused of copying artwork without permission.
Ummm.. EXCUSE ME?!
The collection featured a T-Shirt and a hoodie with a graphic print of Nozomi Tojo, an anime character from the show ‘Long Live!’, drawn by the Japanese artist Makoto Kurokawa.
A statement from #SIberiaHills has been published through its Instagram account, which explained that Billie Eilish and her team were not aware of the art usement, yet, the brand admitted that they haven been taking the artwork for their merchandise collaboration.