The controversy is never ending for Naelofar Hijab.
After suffering allegations of plagiarism by a fashion designer, the Muslimah fashion line’s best-selling instant shawls are now being counterfeited.
Stating that the fake Naelofar shawls are made in Vietnam, its co-owner and spokesmodel Neelofa also pointed out that the authentic products are fully stitched and packaged in Malaysia.
“The fake Naelofars are made in Vietnam, while the original ones are a 100% home-grown. Even my most loyal of customers were confused and duped by the likeness between the counterfeits and the real product.
“However, these customers were online shoppers, so when their purchases were delivered, they could tell the difference between the fake and real Naelofars from the quality of the material,” Neelofa told to MStar.
Meanwhile, the savvy businesswoman and showbiz darling will also take action against the Â culprits whom had pirated her products.
“Naelofar Hijab Â has a secret team of experts to help find out the identities of sellers and those who were guilty of using her name and likeness to cheat other people on thinking they have got the the original products fro cheaper than its usual price,” warned Neelofa.