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Tavi Gevinson does not take kindly to large companies borrowing bits and/or pieces from her website for teenage girls, Rookie. So when a sweatshirt showed up on ASOS with the word "Rookie" emblazoned on the chest in all caps and in a similar font to the site, she told Twitter, who told Jezebel, who told ASOS, who didn't comment. [Jezebel]