Plagiarism Is Getting Real With Indian Fashion & These Designers Are Proof

#January cover girl #SonamKapoor wants you to bring #GoodVibesOnly into #2018, finds out @imranamed. Plus, #PicoIyer, #NayantaraSahgal and @rupikaur_ give us an insight into their lives. . 👗: @malini_banerji 📸: @johnpaulpietrus 💇🏽‍♀️: @khairstudio/ @animacreatives 💄: @rubyhammer / Angeli & Co 💅🏽: @cherriesnow 👩🏽‍🔧: @ashumiss/ @mad_prod 💪🏽: @divyagursahani @styledbyraghav #ElinorLangley (production)

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The block print design used on Sonam’s outfit was originally crafted by Orijit Sen, 18 years ago for People Tree.

People Tree

People Tree

Here’s a picture of Sonam wearing the same print on the January issue of Elle.

“I’m really optimistic about all this dialogue about female empowerment…I’m optimistic about the kinds of films that are doing well in India right now.” @sonamkapoor spells out what optimism means for her to @imranamed in our #January issue. . 👗: @malini_banerji 📸: @johnpaulpietrus 💇🏽‍♀️: @khairstudio/ @animacreatives 💄: @rubyhammer / Angeli & Co 💅🏽: @cherriesnow 👩🏽‍🔧: @ashumiss/ @mad_prod 💪🏽: @divyagursahani @styledbyraghav #ElinorLangley (production) #sonamkapoor #bollywood #celebrity #elle

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Orijit Sen took to social media and expressed his outrage.

Rohit Bal has also called out his plagiarist on his Instagram.

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As well as Nida Mahmood