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Taylor Swift overhauls Folklore album branding after copy cat claims – PerthNow

The pop star has moved to rebrand merchandise for her just-released album Folklore after a minority-owned business accused her of copying its logo.

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Taylor Swift has moved to rebrand merchandise for her just-released album Folklore after a minority-owned business accused her of ripping off its logo.
Amira Rasool runs the US based website The Folklore, and has accused the popstar of creating confusion among customers after Swift began selling merchandise under the same name to promote her album.
Rasools business is an online concept store delivering Africa and the Diasporas top contemporary designer brands.
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