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Copyrights to royal blue and beads? Tweeps weigh in on Tamaryn's dress

Twitter clients are not persuaded that Scalo proprietor Sello Medupe replicated African high fashion fashioner Bayanda Khathini's dress, in his plan for previous Miss South Africa Dr Tamaryn Green's umembeso outfit. 


Clinical specialist Tamaryn Green had Instagrammers spouting when she posted photographs of her umembeso service with Ze Nxumalo. She wore an illustrious blue customary dress planned by Scalo. 

A couple of days after the fact, Bayanda Khathini sent Scalo proprietor Sello Medupe a letter of interest for "replicating" his dress. 

"Our customer found this plan encroachment when previous Miss SA, Tamaryn Green, showed up via web-based media for her umembeso service. As the maker of his (work), our customer has a privilege to copyright insurance of which he doesn't have to enlist," read a concentrate from the letter of interest. 

"The security emerges naturally as his work is unique and is recorded in a material structure," proceeded with the letter. 

Bayanda Khathini originally posted the letter of interest on Instagram however after his adherents disagreed with him, he eliminated the post. However, not before Tweeps got a couple screen captures. 


Two photos of the potential dresses that Bayanda Khathini might have been alluding to were shared to Twitter. Notwithstanding, neither of the dresses are indistinguishable from Medupe's plan. 

Tweeps were at that point addressing whether Bayanda Khathini had a copyright to "illustrious blue and dabs". This is on the grounds that the two dresses are illustrious blue, yet the beadwork on the dresses are diverse just as the plan on the top half. Investigate the two dresses underneath. 

Other Tweeps concurred that the dresses were not indistinguishable.

Source: The South African

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Bayanda Khathini Miss South Africa Scalo Sello Medupe Tamaryn Green


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