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While some folks are still delighted and confused by the monster mash that went down Jeremy Scott's Fall 2013 runway a few weeks ago, Californian skateboard company Santa Cruz is less than amused. Apparently, nine looks share a few too many similarities with their product designs, which are well known in the circles that they're known. Yikes. Well. At least the clothes aren't racist? [Refinery29]