Tori LaConsay painted an uplifting sign to cheer up her fellow East Atlanta Village residents on their way to work.
In black stick lettering against a white backdrop, it says, “You Look Nice Today.” It’s accompanied by a simple red heart looming right below the saying.
Next thing you know, Tori is being told by friends that H&M UK has used that same motif for pillowcases, guest towels, doormats, and all kinds of stuff.
Directly below is the doormat. I must say the similarity is unbelievably eerie! If you ask me, they’re using Tori as a doormat!
When confronted, H&M assured Tori that the design was not influenced by her work and no copyright laws have been infringed, blah blah.
And on Facebook, here’s their official statement:
Hmm. They definitely need to apologize for spelling apologize “apologies.”
And for taking the period out of “You Look Nice Today.”
And that’s just for starters.
H&M doesn’t look nice today.