New York Times fashion analyst Eric Wilson wrote a fabulous feature on Foley + Corinna, "the most knocked-off fashion label you have probably never heard of." (Thanks for the quotes about why, Eric!)
Then, in a photo caption, the L.A. Times awarded Tory Burch the dubious honor of being "the most imitated American designer" -- a title echoed in the NYT's Critical Shopper column yesterday.
Meanwhile, a survey of British consumers by Davenport Lyons cites Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Burberry as "the most frequently faked labels."
So, who's the
fairest most copied of them all? It all depends on how you ask the question.