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Taylor Swift responds to ‘Folklore’ logo claims from Black designer

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After being accused of copying a merchandise logo from a Black designer, Taylor Swift says she is donating to the designer’s company and the Black in Fashion Council and her team said the design has been changed.

Amira Rasool, founder of the online retailer The Folklore, which sells “Africa and the diaspora’s top contemporary designer brands,” accused the singer of copying her company’s logo.

On July 24, Rasool wrote on Instagram, “This morning, it came to my attention that musician #TaylorSwift is selling merchandise to go along with her new album ‘Folklore’. She is currently selling merchandise with the words “The Folklore” printed on them. Based on the similarities of the design, I believe the designer of the merch ripped off my company’s logo.”

Swift publicly responded to Rasool on Twitter Thursday.

“Amira, I admire the work you’re doing and I’m happy to make a contribution to your company and to support the Black in Fashion Council (launching on 8/3) with a donation,” Swift tweeted with a heart emoji.

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