A Popular Fashion Copycat Account Are Throwing Jabs

by Marie Rodriguez

Arielle Charnas, the influencer and blogger at the back of Something Navy, a wildly hit weblog that became a fashion line, is currently engaged in public and ongoing red meat with equally a hit and famous Instagram account, Diet Prada.

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It all started with a headband layout.

Diet Prada is a watchdog account that frequently posts designs it accuses of being copied. On Tuesday, it accused Charnas of ripping off a Prada scarf for her Something Navy line at Nordstrom.

“We noticed you dodging citing @prada as the plain inspo for the padded headbands to your @somethingnavy series with @nordstrom, lol. We get it…Now, not all and sundry have $240 to spend on one,” it wrote. The put-up clarified that Prada did not invent the scarf style; however, the luxurious brand “revived” it.

Diet Prada, which has 1.2 million followers, then took the opportunity to retain dunking on Charnas by presenting different side-via-facet pictures of shoe designs it said she copied.

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