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Esprit found guilty of copying G-Star

Casualwear brand Esprit has been found guilty of copying four garments from G-Star's autumn 07 collection.

The garments in question are G-Star's "Sniper" blazer, the "Skort" T-shirt, the "Midnight Art" jacket and the "Core Custom" jeans.

Esprit has been forced to stop selling its copies of the products in the entire European Union with immediate effect following a ruling by the district court in The Hague in the Netherlands. Esprit has also been ordered to pay G-Star compensation.

Esprit declined to comment.

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