Michael Kors Settles Deceptive Pricing Lawsuit

Michael Kors recently agreed to a settlement in the lawsuit brought against the company last July over deceptive pricing techniques. Tressa Gattinella claimed in her lawsuit that Michael Kors engaged in deceptive pricing practices in regards to the products sold in its outlet stores. In particular, Gattinella claimed that the brand created the illusion of a discount where there actually was none.

10971012643_b77f487fa9_z Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2014 Show. Image: Christopher Macsurak via flickr.com

For example, she purchased a pair of jeans that had a price tag stating that the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) was $120 but that the jeans were being sold for the low price of $79.99, leading Gattinella to believe that she was saving money. However, because the brand produces products specifically for its discount stores, by signifying a “discount” price, the brand is misleading its customers into thinking that they are purchasing products at a discount when in actuality they are not.

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Lindsay Lohan’s Clothing Line 6126 Settles Suit with D.N.A.M.

Another day, another Lindsay Lohan Legal Battle. Lindsay Lohan and D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries have come to a settlement over a lawsuit stemming from the partnership between D.N.A.M. and Lohan’s clothing line 6126. Let’s back up a bit and start from the beginning, because this case has many twists and turns.


Once upon a time, Lindsay Lohan, like so many other celebrities, created a clothing line, 6126, which mostly produced leggings. In January of 2013, Lohan and her business partner, Kristi Kaylor, sued D.N.A.M., a manufacturing company who partnered with 6126 to manufacture and distribute 6126 products.

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