Sam Faiers accused of ‘copying’ family clothing business with new children’s fashion range as owner claims she’s ‘absolutely disgusted’


SAM Faiers is alleged to have “copied” a clothing brand with her upcoming fashion launch.

Sam Faiers has been accused of “copying” a children’s clothing brand by launching her own version of a personalised fashion range.

Laura Newman, owner of Forever Sewing, a children’s clothing range which launched in 2015, has alleged The Mummy Diaries star Sam’s upcoming brand My Little Darlin has “jeopardised” her small family-run company.

Forever Sewing employ 16 people in the North of England, producing personalised children’s clothing from their factory in Barnsley.

Their clothing features personalised initials stitched onto onesies and tracksuits for babies and children and Sam’s new clothing line features the same idea of personalised clothing for babies and children.