London, England (CNS) – Burberry is making sure their signature Burberry check stays with them. The British luxury fashion house is suing a pet accessories chain for copyright infringement, claiming the store used a similar plaid design on their products.
Burberry alleges that Pets At Home used materials for their items such as dog coats and baskets with a similar plaid design.
The said products are said to have been pulled from the retailer’s 250 shops, but Burberry is still pushing ahead with a copyright infringement lawsuit.
Burberry’s signature black, tan, and red pattern was first used on a trench coat in 1924. It is widely used on the house’s other products, including umbrellas, scarves, and luggage.