The blogger behind WTForever21.com is back. After the California fast-fashion giant whose wares she parodies online repeatedly threatened to sue her for allegedly diluting its brand and trademarks, Rachel Kane and her lawyers decided to turn Forever 21's game on its head: rather than observe the company's cease-and-desist deadline, they issued Forever 21 a deadline by which to sue them. That date passed without the company making good on its threats — or in fact making any further comment at all: a Forever 21 spokesperson who initially agreed to answer our questions about its ridiculous attempt at a SLAPP subsequently ghosted — and so WTForever21.com has gotten back down to business making fun of ill-fitting rompers and unfortunate '90s-revival regalia. Which in our opinion is as it should be. [WTForever21]
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