EVERGLOW recently made their powerful return with their energetic track “Pirate” and it’s been receiving high praise all over the globe. The combination of the EDM beat, the members’ incredible talent, and the fun choreography—it’s no wonder “Pirate” is soaring to worldwide popularity. However, in the midst of all of the exciting success comes a bit of trouble for the girls.
Fashion brand WINDOWSEN, which is known for their eclectic futuristic designs, took to their official Instagram page to call out EVERGLOW’s agency Yuehua Entertainment and their styling team for plagiarism.
In the post, the brand uploaded side-by-side photos of their design and EVERGLOW’s alleged plagiarized design, which showcased very similar pieces. WINDOWSEN shared their confusion in their caption, stating that “the corset was a custom piece” for Taiwanese singer, Jolin Tsai—so no other artist should be wearing it.
WINDOWSEN shared several more photos while calling out Yuehua Entertainment’s team. The fashion brand asked for EVERGLOW’s agency to take accountability by deleting and getting rid of “all the visuals and shots where the garment is featured.”
WINDOWSEN uploaded additional corset creation photos and commented their thoughts on plagiarism, which “is simply wrong and unacceptable.” They seemed willing to give Yuehua Entertainment an opportunity to right their wrongs, however, as WINDOWSEN shared their desire to wait for the “right actions” to take place.
The corset in question was worn by EVERGLOW’s Yiren and it can be seen in the group’s individual comeback photos…
…as well as the group’s “Pirate” music video, which can be seen here…
Yuehua Entertainment has not yet responded to the plagiarism accusations made by WINDOWSEN. Stay tuned for any updates.