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My heart is hurting for you.
Oh, no. This does not sound good. 🙁
I am a fabric designer for Northcott Silk and have been aware of this for a while. Didn’t know who it was, just knew about it. I said it then and I’ll say it now here. I don’t get her deal. Still don’t even though she posted her explanation. This is how I always saw it. Northcott buys designs from me…and i additionally get royalties. Done deal. I’ve profitted. Whomever buys my fabric can do whatever they please.
I don’t get it.
I’m sorry you met up with this trouble. I hope you take heart from the many supporters who see this case for what it is. The way you’ve handled this has been exemplary. You will move on and continue to be successful.
The designer’s ego led her to reveal herself. She wanted a privacy clause… for what? A privacy clause protects her identity from possible repercussions. I would imagine she’s seeing repercussions now. It may be that the fabric companies may choose other designers in-loo of hers. I notice Moda has kept out of it. That is very telling and should have given her a sign she was off the mark early on.
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