Kylie Jenner dropped some additions to her Kylie Shop on Thursday that looks a whole lot like the designs from black owned independent brand Plugged NYC. Kylie's two-piece sets closely resemble the bright orange camo threads created by the shop's designer Tizita Balemlay. It's worth noting that camouflage threads have long been popular in culture and style trends. Prior to this debacle, celebrities like Rihanna, Keke Palmer, and Jenner herself were seen dressed in Balemlay's pieces.
On Thursday afternoon, Plugged NYC shared images on their Instagram Story that showed side by side comparisons of the two designs and screenshots of Balemlay's emails showing that Jenner had ordered clothes from Plugged NYC in the past.
The claims come a week after Jenner's older sister Khloe Kardashian was accused of copying designs from lingerie and bodysuit designer Destiny Bleu for her denim line Good American.
First khloe made replicas of @destineybleu designs and now Kylie is making replicas of @PLUGGEDNYCSTORE designs like wtf pic.twitter.com/6XNt7cP3Op— Yaya💅🏾🌊 (@ThatsSoSav) June 7, 2017