For the Spring 2013 windows program, we licensed and paid for photos from established photography service providers. However, it appears that inadvertently the store in Bangkok used an internal mock up containing some of Mr. Stanton’s images that was intended to merely show the direction of the spring visual program. We apologize for this error and are working to ensure that only the approved artwork is used.
DKNY issues an apology over lifting photography from Humans Of New York without permission
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  11. mooogie said: Really? If you buy any software in Bangkok you know immediately that everything on it is counterfeit. Anyone who has ever shopped in Bangkok knows this. I can’t believe a big company like DKNY is buying knock off software.
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