Fashion Brand WINDOWSEN Calls Out EVERGLOW For ‘Plagiarism’ In Their Recent Comeback!
On the 1st of December, EVERGLOW finally made their comeback with "Pirate" to the delight of fans.
Netizens and fans commend EVERGLOW for their comeback's addictive EDM beat, their visuals, and, and choreography. But amidst the popularity of "Pirate," it seems as though that trouble has found them.
WINDOWSEN, a fashion brand that is known for its futuristic style, went on its official Instagram page to call out Yuehua Entertainment, EVERGLOW's label, and the K-pop artists' stylists for 'plagiarism'.
The brand went on to post side-by-side photos of the similarities between their outfit design and EVERGLOW's alleged plagiarized costume. WINDOWSEN expressed their confusion, noting that the corset was a custom piece for the Taiwanese artist, Jolin Tsai to use only.
Additionally, WINDOWSEN posted more photos while calling out the styling team of Yuehua Entertainment. The fashion brand asked EVERGLOW's label to delete and remove all the visuals, both in photos and videos, where the garment is seen.
WINDOWSEN further expressed their distaste that plagiarism is both wrong and unacceptable. The fashion brand is willing to give Yuehua Entertainment a chance to fix the problem, but WINDOWSEN noted that they are also willing to do the "right actions" necessary.
Furthermore, the corset that was mentioned was rocked by EVERGLOW's Yiren and was evident in the music video and EVEREGLOW's individual comeback photos.
As of writing this article, Yuehua Entertainment has not released any statement regarding the matter.
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