Yoko Ono sued over fashion copyright

Yoko Ono is being sued by Brooklyn designer Haleh Nematzadeh for allegedly stealing her fashion designs.
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Brooklyn-based designer Haleh Nematzadeh has launched a lawsuit against Yoko Ono for copying her clothing designs and using them in a menswear line for Opening Ceremony. Nematzadeh told The New York Post that Ono’s team had seen sketches of her line prior to releasing her own, very similar line.

‘They took everything with no shame. They stole from me blatantly,’ she said.

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