As Dior is more than irritated with Valentino, a dispute has suddenly arisen in the world of high fashion. The renowned Italian company is being sued by the French fashion label Dior for damages after blocking one of its outlets during the Rome fashion show, according to Dior.
Christian Dior Italia’s sales manager reportedly complained in a letter to Valentino that consumers were refusing to visit the Dior store because they “were stopped by the obstacles in place” after the show and that entry to the store was limited.
The outcome was that the business “remained empty and was unable to operate throughout the day. According to reports, the French design brand is asking for almost €100,000 in compensation for lost profits. According to the letter, Dior would take all additional necessary actions to defend its rights if Valentino doesn’t pay the fine within 15 days.
Valentino has not yet addressed Dior’s charges and claims, although some individuals believe that they are unfounded.
“I don’t know why Dior did that. If that’s the case, any kind of store could claim that and nobody did.”
Along with Dior, there are other luxury brand stores in the vicinity where the show was place, like Gucci, Prada, Moncler, etc.